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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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candidates put

pressure from about 35 residents jammed into l their money down for the

the city hall meeting room, the Starke City Council '4 1'u f {, Sept. !9) city election in the

voted unanimously to rescind its decision to sell and ; r 11th hour Tuesday, leav-

for a slaughter house in southwest Starke.A ing only one candidate un- r
challenged.
petition which Mrs. date -1'M
Incumbent Bobby Biggs qualified -
Capps said contained 135 at 11:49 a.m. (11 minutes
names of residents was sub 4 Days iL before the noon deadline)Tues-
mitted to the Council
day to run again for chief of
"This la not only obnoxious, police, maldnc that a three-
but will lower property val. -
ues." Mrs. Capps stated. "It Left ToRegister f way race
Mrs. Elverla DeVoe qualified -
Mrs Elveria DeVoe had a little trouble making the clerksIn
will not lower our light bills at 11:20 Tuesday to
.she added. The Council also challenge Jimmy a.m. McRae for City Hnll believe Mile WAil serious Even City Clerk Merrill

heard fiom two other spokes. the Croup 2 council seat Edwards': Jaw dropped hut they took Mrs. DeVoe's money.'

men, Bill Dixon and Al Cros dc --In all, II persons are running She qualified at 11:20 n.m. Tuesday. to oppose Councilman

by.Area k tY for the five positions to Jimmy McRae In Group 2.

for which the Council !be voted upon with only City
bad okayed) for the slaughterhouse : 'b Merrllf
Edwards
Clerk unop-
Deadline for
is south of Alligator! registration to poseo,
Creek ana: across the creek vote in the Sept 9 city election Child Day Care

firm the city's Industrial: park;, la noon Saturday, the 23rd. w t When he qualified J 1/j run for
Citizens may register ,between his second term, Chief Higgs
Prospective
owner: of slaughter
house Is David Magarelli of 8:30: and 5 p.m. on Chief Hobby Bices paid his money and incumbent Is opposed by former Chief Bill told the press he "checked a-
Thursday and Friday and from round with people, my friends...
the Jersey Veal Co. in Hobo- entered the race for re-election in a surprise. Rosser and former assistant chief and now some asked me to run ... they Plans Set Here
8:30: to noon on Saturday.
ken, N, J. He termed t the Councll's
City Clerk Merrill Edwards move just 11 minutes before the deadline. The Deputy Sheriff Ken Fuqua. said things look good for me
decision "not light and "
his now. Biggs concluded: "The
stressed that residents
unfair." Magarelli! said the city I feel ... I'm just as qualified Plans have been made todraw
way informal
morning following several
must register at City Hall If -
will hear from his attorney.He up incorporation
the next papers form-
had! shown the Council they wish to vote In the city as person. Ing a child meetings filled: : by the
plans Attend da.ycaracorporatinin
election. Board To Mrs. DeVoe, a political new Starke Ministerial Alliance.
for a 23x70 building to cost. between comer, told The Telegraph she Bradford County The first of these meetingswas
$50.003 and $75,000 and because her children
is running
Starke resident and wishing. Agreamoot; to form a corpora- held in June and InvoUo'JI'w
to employ 9 to 15 persas. are all grown and she has tion "
:
to vote In the election was reached Tuesday % :Mill* v'V Alliance, the
must
Mrs. Capps said the prcpcsed "unlimited time" to devote to Public Welfare Office, CUBB
site Is 900 feet from one home, register at city hall even if the job. She said she Is par- Economic Agency, Bradf>r>l
2,000 feet from another, and already registered. at the ticularly interested in workingto bounty school officials, VISTA
closer to the Armory and Area courthouse.Edwards. Bulkhead MeetingBradford bring !1'desirable and profit- WrecksHit Volunteers and persons from

Civil Defense bulUlngs. : also pointed out able industry" Into Starke. outside the county who are
,With these latest entries
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working with day cars centers.
She also pointed! out the that if a person has not votedin the voters will have to choose
the last two years he has County Commissioners discussion. The Board also decided which is the same as the old 301
site is zoned residential Council four to represent them out of Two meetings have been held
been dropped from ,the rolls. plan to attend a public to ask its attorney Ther- salt water bulkhead except: it
Chairman One Wiggins said he the ten running In contested the
since then, including one onTuesday
Names of persons dropped are meeting next Wednesday, Aug on Yawn to attend! the meet does not exclude fresh! water
didn't! know that and that: liehadn't races. morn It was at
27, at Keystone Heights on the lakes and streams, the State of w.
posted! !in the lobby at city hall.
thought of the zoning ing.One Running for Chief of Policein Tuesday mor-dng'smeeting that
new water front property law topic of the Keystone Florida apparently claim own In
To be reinstated, one simply CityFour
question. addition to Biggs are I Kenneth plans began to jell.
Mrs. Capps also asked why a has to notify Edwards; a phone which has been extendad to include meeting, at 7:3i: p.m in the ership of water front propertyup Fuqua and Bill Kosser.
call is sufficient. fresh water lakes and city's municipal building, will to the highl.ater. mark. Thelma Dixon, head of Brad-
Biggs, owner of Biggs Auto
read from US-301 to the proposed
: streams. be to appoint a "Control Committee" That means apparently, that and Radiator has automobile accidents ford County's Neighborhood
become Shop, ser-
site had suddenly To qualify to vote one must Acting on a suggestion:! by to Investigate possible lake front property owners will ved one two year term as occurred within 24 hours in Service; Center, said she believes -
important; She said a be 21-years.of-ag9 or older and Commissioner Ralph Bryan, the changes In the lakes governing no longer be able to clean off chief. almost the same spot on South there is a definite need
road had been needed to a have been resident at Its mid-month beachesin Avenue Tuesday and for. day care center in the
of Starke Board decided waterfront property on meandered Or otherwise "improve Rosser served as police chief Temple
sewer plant lift ..station for for at least six months arid of meeting Monday night that several lakes. front of their hom s. Many, for six years before losing to Wednesday August 12-13, according county.

years Mayor but Hurst hadn't said been a land built.exchange Florida for at least one year. members would attend the Under the new bulkhead law (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page' Four) Department to the Starke Police A lot of mothers work and

with WillUm T Jackson Three of the mishaps, which some of the chlldre-i are just

had been planned for two Candidates Told- hospitalized one person, occurred unattended," Mrs. Dixon said.
years by Jackson and the city, at the slanting Inter- School Superintendent Tom
,but had never been carried! out section of South Walnut Street Casey outlined the possiblity
until Jackson began to move and Temple Avenue (US 301). of usiig the old Conway build-

his building! supply operationto Council FullTimemust Chief Mrs. Telfair Long was injured ing near the\0-Tech Center for
US-301.. Hurst said SJrveyor Expects there Wednesday when her car a day care center. He said bewor'ed
collided. arrangements could probably
Merrill McMillan had not supplied and a Swift Meat truck out to feed the chil-
with
She was hospitalized a
requested:! survey for the
school caf-
road. ws. w.r.as s.aehwy broken collar bone and scratches dren at one of the

The petition! presented the Notice that a full time .y on her face. eterias.

Council states In part: police Is expected was ser- I .tF71W ??y,,k... R y Mrs. Long was making Avenue.a Her left Casey said he would aUc
sr onto
t. turn Temple
"The construction of any ved the three police chief can- check into the possibility of
such type plant will cause didates Tuesday .liiht '>y the 'MI- 1964 Chevrolet was totaled Series whenIt combining the day care center
collided with a 700
property values in this area -to City Council, under a threat ? j with a program on child care at
to cut the chiefs' salary If he 1_ 1 Ford: truck driven by Fleming the Vo-Tech
Center. The
depreciate and very likely will 5 __ F Ft James Oglesby of Jacksonville. sup
does not obey. erintendent indicated that there,
become health hazard and I
a Mrs. Long charged with
The candidates Chief Bob- was were a number of possibilites
nuisance due to odors obnoxious ; failure to have her vehicle under -
by Biggs, former Chief Bill and that he would check into
and files.
noises control and causing an accident -
Rosser, and Deputy Sheriff Ken them.
When Mrs Capps was
Fuqua, were invited to the meet : ,
through Magarelli gat up and ing by City Clerk Merrill Edwards t At about 2:30: p.m. Tuesday The Rev J. Thomas Staab,
said he is "here because this on Instruction from the ii another mishap occurred whena rector :,f St. Mark's Episcopal

type of industry I is needed here. Council.All t 7"" car driven by James Mich- Church who is serving as
Cattle are plentiful. three were present and >t ael Crotty, 19, Jacksonville, chairman of the Ministerial Al-
"I don't sea anything wrong' nobody objected to the idea. skidded as it traveled north on liances's day cars committee,

with this as far as cleanliness," of working full time But Ros '. US 301.) Crotty's 1964 Olds- was asked to go to the CUBa

MagaiAlli: continued: pointing! ser aSKed that the Council: "put mobile skidded Into the south- meeting Monday night and talk
out the plant site is off Edwards the salary up there where a bound traffic land and collided with the CUBIJ Board Mr
Road. He repeated his man can make a fentl1vtng." WILDING IS THE "HEW"BRADFORO' COUMTV'/ COURT- with a 1967 Corvair driven by Staab will ask foi a commit-
statement of the previous Chief Biggs backed him up. Walter James Maloney. of Jacksonville tment on the part of CUBa

meeting that the plant wouldbe Fuqua remained silent the entire ISTili"fIRgr': GOVERHMEHT STRUCTURE\ to --lively involve its start
in=:pectsJ; by state and federal meeting Crotty was charged with failure and equipment in this program
authorities. Chairman Orie Wiggins open- to have his vehicle under
Another resident:! Al Crosby ed the discussion by stating: THE UNITED STATES TO BE DESIGNED THROUGHOUT ASA r; control and causing an accident. ".'.., Staab suggested that a

said the Council's approval of "The City Council would like Investigating officer, Patrol- evaporation be formed and the

the sito for toe:& plant "put us to have the chief of police to PUBLIC FALLOUT SHELTER. EXPERT EMPLOYMENT' ,. f man Joe SUvall, estimated damages group igreed. The corporationwill
It be full time to put in a fullday's to the Oldsmobile at have 11 board nani.; ';,
.to fishing or cutting bate
work and be on call at $80 and to the Corvair at v.'th' one coming from the Minsteriil -
left us no choloe. Crosby said OF CONCRETE a BRICK MATERIALS' ALLOW \IT 10'OfFER :
how the residents night, just like a utility man : Alii: .e, the school
he didn't see
$400.At the
council,
would. system, the city

(Continued on Pace Four) Councilman P.T. Nolin responding -"''; "SHIELPING TO OVER 2.500. PEOPLE 'IH TIME' 12, a 3:30 1969: p.m.Ford Tuesday Mustang, August driven county commissioners, the

:::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::;: :: to Wiggins' invitation Brenda Chamber >f Commerce and the
r:1; by Tomlinson, 17, local OEO ( Office of Economic

n REGISTER for upon any the councilman chairman's comments to enlarge, flEED.yjfXTM ( &FOR MflTfX "NOTHING/,,' ( Clarke when ,she skidded braked Into let/avoid a are plug a Opportunity) agency.

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'. said he feels "so much can be 'passing truck which cut in on
;|;1; NOW! done by the people knowing the her, according to Patrolman These six will then elect five

chief is available In the day It's Not Just A Courthouse! Stivall. There was an esti- others from Bradford County.tothe
board.
|:? For City :::: time." mated $500 in damages to the

f ElectionDEADLINE :<< Nolin then moved that the The now Bradford County courthouse. probably represents sons find every part provide* at 'least. the minimum protection Mustang and Miss Tomlinson
: police chief be on duty for an many things to different was charged with failure to The five at Tuesday mornings
people, but to County: Civil Defense factor, Williams sass
:;; : ; eight hour shift and be on have her vehicle under con- meetings ( Mr. Staab, Casey,
| : Director Frank Williams It's primarily a fallout shelter. The building, like the sign save, la the first rovemment Mrs. Dixon, Dr. Florence Jen-

::1: :: cilman emergency Nell call Tucker anytime.gave Coun-the Architect Frank George, at the direction of the Bradford structure designed. as. a public fall out shelter and will come In trol.At 5:57 p.m. Tuesday. Aug. nings and VISTA Volunteer Har-

::::v: For Registering :::: second and the motion passed County Commission deOffneil the entire! | building to provide for much national l publicity in civil defense. circles, Williams 12, just slightly further southon old McClendon) agreed that a
shelter In time of nuclear US-301, between the Alligator child care center could becomea
3-0. Councilman Gerald Williams attack. It -will hold about 2,500 perclaims..
:I::: Is Saturday and Jimmy McRae ab- Creek bridge and the reality; only if it is a com-

:|;:; Aug. 23 : : stained.After act on their on, Biggs Regardless of what the char- city council ." sonar he said. Chevrolet Longhorn driven Restaurant by Harvey, a 1968 Lee munity wide effort.
the
:: ; vote, Rosser asked
:: the said."I ter says the Council sets the Chief Biggs then asked if any Nolin said he realizes that Cribbs, 32, Gainesville, skid- They also agreed that they
amount of the
|; At 12 Noon police chiefs have not worked an 8- chief's Co-incltman! :-0-; be includedin it struck would have to start with about
@ at salary, overtime was to all city salaries are too low. ded when a puddle on
salary present? Clerk Ed-
hour shift day in and day out 30 to 45 children and then expand -
lin said. "I don't what Council's orders. A
US-301.
1:1:; ? wards said $6.500 care the Councilman Gerald Williams,
per year for the simple reason I had to as they were able.
| | or about $125 the charter says," NoUn stat patroman works 48 hours per at that point, suggested the The car went into the med-
Contribvt.'iWeekly per week. Biggs make "
; This a living the chief said.
; Space pointed out that by the time At ed, but he added that if thepollc"3 week, he said, and gets over- Council might do well to Investigate ian strip and struck a fire The group acknowledged that
::;i:; to Publicize rl deductions are made f>r him he that point a resident, De oV..jP .vorked all nighton time pay beyond that. the ordinances per- plug, knocking It off with dam- day care centers Mrs needed In

jj j:';'i: Community' Events by takes home about$104 per week. the lano Council Thomas had, said no he legal noticed aide a case he would be expected Tucker pointed out that the taining to the police chief before ages esUmated atS: UU. Cribbs': places other than Starke and

::: :: Chief Biggs told the Counciltha present. He asked what the to report for duty the next city clerk works many hours making a ruling. car turned over and was a spoke of having another center -
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;Si::: Th Community :? "in all probability this city charter says about the morning.Council Nell Tukcer read Sec- overtime and gets no extra Nolin said, however, that the total loss, according to the in Lawtey sometime In
:: :: criticism is directed at me pay one statement in the code book, patrolman.
fullfime the future.
I State Banks : duties. Thomas add- tion 227 of the City Code of Councilman Mcliae Cribbs charged with
;:: :: personally" Biggs said he has ed it Jimmy that the police chief shall carry was
s r j Accounts Now Insured :: I endeavored to give his patrol- such seemed restrictions.harsh to He impose said Ordinances under the duties of termed the police chief" a "fig- out the orders of the city coun- failing to have control of his While much work
the police chief. The section ure head of the city.: The council cil and vehicle.All remains,
f men training mayor, covers the situation
% whether a chief -
:|ill; Up to $15,000 by & works one hour or 40 there Council could be flirting on the states in part that the police wouldn't want to set hoursso four wrecks were investigated !- those at Tuesday mornings
of exceeding Its author- chief must ". out the that after 5 the chief by Patrolmen Stivali meeting felt that things were
ledge carry
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orders of the mayor and th- could say, "I'm off" and dis- and Felix Sapp.









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Of Interest To Honored KathY Whitehead At Shower 8J

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And Dinner PartyMiss --

WOMEN
Kathy Whitehead, whose
marriage to Stephen Beckett Mr and Mrs. Ray Goldwire Mr and Mrs. Edwin Ray Net-
will be an event of August 30. of Toledo, Ohio announce the tles, Starke a daughter, Sue
M* Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 % was complimented with two birth of a son, Jeffery Ryan, Ann Aug. 13.
week. on July 31. Paternal grandparents Mr. and; Mrs. Eugene Glenn
parties In t the past
On Tuesday night of last ate Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Elixson. Lake Butler. .a daugh.
. Paula Johnson MadronDuclc week Miss Whitehead was honored Goldwire of Starke. ter..Melissa Glennstte Aug. 14.
JohnsonRegisterDate at a bridal shower at te> Mr. and Mrs Emmett Bro-'
Bride Elect, To Wed Mr. MajorMr. AnnouncedSaturday home of Mrs. Olin White on. N. Mr and Mrs Willis Chesserof wa-u scowls, Hampton Lake,
Honored At Tea Lake Street. Salt Springs announce the a son, Stephen Emmett Aug.
And Mrs. Thomas V. Sept 6, has been Mrs. O. S. Newcomb received birth of a. daughter, Dena 14.Mr.
MUs Paula Johnson of A 't- Duck Jr. of Lawtey announcethe announced as the wedding date guests at the door and presented Michelle, born Aug. 13 In Mutt- and Mrs., Johnnie
engagement of their daughter roe Memorial Hospital in George A kin.. Gainesville, a
ens. Ala., flnancee of Freeman of Miss Paula Faye Johnsonof them to the receiving line
Register III. was complimentedwith Madron Vera. to Charles Athens, Ala. to Freeman composed of Mrs. White, the Ocala. Maternal grandparents:: daughter, Dana Lynn, Aug. 14.
a tea Wednesday. Aug. 13. William :Major, son of Mr. and Register HI of Starke, at 7:30: honoree. her mother. Mr. L. are Mr. and Mrs James Den Mr. and Mrs. Frank LynsllTomllnsan .
at the home of Mrs. Olin White Mrs. William E. Major of Mi\ p.m. In the First Baptist Church K. Whitehead. and Mrs. Ken nis of Starke. Jr., Lake Butler a .
on Lake Street. ami. in Athens, Ala. with a recep- neth Beckett mother of t&e! Bradford County Hospital daughter, Loraine Michelle;
Hostesses were Mrs. White. Miss Duck Is a 1969 graduate tion following in the church recreation bridegroomelect.. Mrs. Foster announces the following births: Aug. 15.
Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Mrs J. T, of Bradford High School. :Mr. hall. Shl Smith Invited guests Into Mr and Mrs. Michael Leon Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Lacy
Lawson. Mrs. P. T. Nolin. Mrs. Major a 19G6 graduate of South All friends and relatives are the gift room, where Mrs. Mark t Prultt Lake Butler\ a son. Griffis. Stark! a daughter.
Robert Barksdale. Mrs. Earl B. west Miami High School and a Invited to attend.Summer Hamilton was floor hostess. John Michael Aug. 12. Ell&a Marie, Aug. 15.
Searing Mrs. Marie Sterner. former Sergeant in the U.S. The refreshment table was Mr. and Mrs. Carl William -.
Mrs H. A. Lawson, Mrs. Foster Marine Corps is now employedby covered wit n white lace cloth Norman, Lawtey, a son, Charles -
Shi Smith. Mrs. Neil Tucker. the Florida State Prison !in Safari over blue linen and centered Dale, Aug.! 12. ELECT MAURICE J. WHITE
Mrs T. C. Hazen Jr.. end MM.: Ralford. with an arrangment of white Patricia Ann Sweeney Becomes Bride (
Bill Dodd. The wedding will take placeat Reading PartyBoys stock and white status! and blue
Mrs. Nolan greeted guests at Grace United Methodist mums In a silver bowl. Mrs. Of James F. Adkins At Port OrangeMiss
When You Use: An Andrews Charge
the door and presented them to Church In Lawtey on November and girls who filled Larry Crawford presided at the

the receiving line composed of 1. their summer days with stories cystal punch bowl. Patricia Ann Sweeney 'yellow silk organza bows with Account
Mrs White Miss Johnson and about lions elephants zebras, Hostesses for the occasionwere daughter of Mr. and Mrs. illusion veils, and their flowers Your Prescription Tax Recordsare
Mrs. Betty Register! and other safari animals at Mrs. White Mrs. Foster James Sweeney of South Daytona were nosegays of daisies yel- Kept For You By Us
Mrs. J. T. Lawson Invited Mathews-Anderson the Bradford County Llbrarfy Sin Smith Mrs. 0. S. Newcomb, and James Francis Adkins low roses and baby's breath.
guests into the dining room for will celebrate with a party at Mrs. Robert Barksdale. MrS. of North Tonawanda N. Andrews DrugsFor
refreshments. The table was Engagement ToldMiss 10 a.m. Tuesday\ Aug. 26, at Betty Register.! Mrs. Charles Y., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- The bride given In marriage tOrt
covered with white lace cloth! the Pratt Street Recreation Hutcheson Mrs. Merle Pack- ward Adkins, of Daytona Beach, :*y her father wore a gown of Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170 1
over aqua linen and centered Rorie Mathews and JohnH. Center. ham Mrs. W. B. Thompson and were united In marriage at 12 candlelight delustered satin with
with a blue and white arran g.,- Andersen of Cocoa will be All children who Joined the: Mrs. N. B. Rosier. noon on August 2 in the Churchof with bateau neckline and cap
ment of mums, stock and 'united in marriage on Friday, Florida Vacation Summer Safari The hostesses presented cor- the Epiphany at Port Orange sleeves. The empire waistline
status. Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand Sept. 5, at 7:30: p.m. in the are invited to attend. sun to the honoree Mrs. Rev Father John Corkery was banded in satin which end Sept 9th Vote For And
Mrs Ewell Lawscn presided chapel of the First Methodist Whlte ead. and Mrs. Bsckett. performed the ceremony.The ed In a bow at the back. Candle
at the crystal! punch bowl. Church in Cocoa with .a recep. Miss Wiltehead! was also pre light re-embroidered Alencon
IT'S TIME FOR
The !hostesses presented corsages tlon following In the church recreation sented tV gravy ladel of her altar of the church was lace trimmed the bodice and Elect N. L. NEW LEADERSHIP
to the honoree and Mrs. hall Friends InvitedTo chosen silver pattern as a memento decorated with baskets of daisies hem of the A-llne skirt. A chap
Register mother of the bride Mr. Anderson is the son of Open House of the occasion. and gladioli, and the communion eUength train fell from a bow THE DECISIONIS
gvoom-elect:: Miss Johnson was Mr. and Mrs John Duren Anderson Floor hostesses were Miss rail had a basket of at the back' and a candlelight 111QUDQUR( I! \ IN YOUR
also presented with a cup nod: of Cocoa and the grand. Mr. and Mrs. Lennard B. Gayle David and Miss Marlene daisies and gladioli on either satin Dior bow held her bouffant HANDS -
saucer of her chosen china asa son of Mrs. Myrtle Anderson of Register Sr., of Jasper, will Munn. side. Illusion veil. Her bouquet
memento of the occasion. Stance. of white and
celebrate their Golden Wedd- Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and was a nosegay MAKE IT
Floor hostesses were Mrs. All friends and relatives of ing Anniver.sary1th Mrs. Jerry Orel organist yellow roses.Following MAYOR
oven Mrs. O. S. Newcomb gave a WISELYYOUR
Crawford and Miss Saa-
Larry the couple are Invited! to and Slwlckl
attend. Henry soloist
dra house en Sunday Auar. 24, dinner party Friday night at pre
Register. CITY OF STARKC
from 4 to 7 p.m. at thtlr home, the !home of the former on W, sented a program of nuptial the
.coiner of 2nd Avenue and 5th Madison Street for :\fhs Whitehead music. was held ceremony at The WhIte-a reception And Be Assured Of An Honest. Fair. Pros-re-she! ;". And l

Gloria McKinney St. and her bridesmaids. hall In Daytona Beach. At Business-Like Administration With Dignity.
Linda ScogginsIs To Wed Mr. JonesMr. 'All fronds of the coupleare Arrangements of variegated Robert C. Adkins, served his each end of the bride's table *
Honor Guest invited to bs! with\ them on plttosporum! nnd day lilies were brother as best man. and ush- were silver candelabra with Qualified Impartial Sincere

and :Mrs Buford McKinney this special occasion used in decorating.The ers were Thomas E. Adkins, daisies and stock in the center. BE CONCERNED VOTE 1VOOD1tUHN"A
At Bridal ShowerMiss of Starke announce the engagement three dining tables were Depew, N. Y., another brotherof
and apprcachln mar placed !in the Florida room. the groom: and Cornells After a wedding trip to Miami Family Man"
Linda Scoggins. whose riage of their daughter. Gloria! ScogginsPatrickDate Covering the bride' table was Snoeren, cousin of the bride, Washington D. C., and
marriage to Robert Patrick an appllqued Swiss organdy Detroit Mich. Buffalo. N. Y., Mr. and Mrs.
to Terry Lee Jones. son of M*. AnnouncedThe IN MY BOOK THE
will be an event of August 29, and Mrs. Thomas Jones of Mar- cloth over yellow linen, center. Adkins are at home at 329 Goun- NEED FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT
was honored; at a miscellaneous tlnsvllle Va. wedding date for Miss ed' with an arrangement of yellow Mrs. Gerald Cook of Ormond dry St., Apt. 3, North Tonawan NEEDED ."IS. URGENTLY "IT IS UPON THESE
AND NOW:
bridal shwer Monday: night The event will take place Linda Scoggins and Robert F. mums, fern and net. Extend Beach was matron of honor. da, N. Y. AND IT "IS SIMPLY THIS: PRINCIPLES THAT I
SEEK YOUR VOTE
Hostesses for the evening August 30 at 3 p.m. in the Patrick has been announcedfor ing out from the arrangementwere Mrs. Richard Dycus of South 'FIRM' COMMON' AND SUPPORT FOR
were Mrs. Lloyd Macy Mrs: yellow streamers to the SENSE; LEADERSHIP
and
Daytona was bridesmaid -
Methodist Church:! Waldo with! THE
Friday, Aug. 29 at 8 p.m. 'at DIGNIFIED OF.
'
Charles Johns, Mrs Larry bridal place cards marking the The bride was a member of : WITH
Miss Susan Adkins. sister of
a reception following in the the First Christian Church. A CALMNESS.. II'I FCE: OF MAYOR OF
Bruner, and Mrs Ralph Bryan church fellowship hall. reception will follow at the seating arrangement at the the groom, was Junior brides the faculty at Bradford County HONESTY AND : STARKE"
at the home of the latter on All friends and relatives are round table for the six seated maid. All, attendants wore High School last year. Mr. Ad- INTEGRITY AT
home of the
bride's
parents, ALL
East Call Street. Invited to attend. there. Bridal place cards were gowns of yellow silk organzaover kins graduated from the University i LEVELS. SINCERLY
Mr. and Mrs C.
A pink ar.d white color R. Scoggins, also used at the two other taffeta, designed along of Florida. last March, I A HIGH RE .
schema was carried out. The 714 All Westmoreland! street. tables which! were covered! with empire lines with a bow In the and Is employed by the Depew YOUR GARD PELL.OWMAN.FOR- I... {Woodburn
refreshment table was covered Jr. Club Notice invited friends and relatives are white linen cloths and centered back. Their! headpieces were Paving Co., Depew, N. Y. .
to attend.
with ahite lace cutwork with smaller arrangements
cloth over pink and centered matching the one at the brlde'a -
with a bridal doll. :Members of the Junior Wo The module that will land the table. ---- -
Twenty.fhe guests were invited man's Club will have a mem- astronauts on the moon's surface On the mantel of the Florida '
to call beUizen the appointed bership luncheon at the home of contains 1,100,000 parts and 25 room were two silver epergneswith
: hours of 8 to 10. Mrs. Harry Gruen on Country miles of wiring. arrangements of variegated \L. nCeS
.
Club Drive on Saturday, Aug. U
The hostesses presented the plttosporum and centered with 0
honoree 23 at 12 noon Prospective: It's jumping to conclu- white doves. I' A\J.t Ann
with a corsage! and members will be guests. sions that the read (
spoils
gilt as a memento of the occasion Among the 14 guests those .. The All New
ing of good books. from out-of-town were Mrs. E.

- ------- -- ----MM' _=-- _ Ma'" R. Collins of Green Cove 1 "fle 5 17 i!
WstwmW Springs Oakland, Miss Park.Becky Miss Beckett Marlene of V ; new + Flexnit No Roll Panty Girdle

Munn of Gainesville and Mrs.

.-... Merle Packham Sr. of Keystone i
Heights. 1
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The hostesses! presented the i..

honoree with a silver bonbon
-.:...- --I dish and corsage as a mementoof
-- the occasion. This unique waistband will seek

your "natural waist" while these
CUBB To Meet

Monday NightCUBB bias inserts flex as you move.

\ Economic: Agency will 1 Result: You get a great shape with

hold its regular meeting at 8 '
'. waistband roll over!
1
p.m. Monday the 23th. in the .no
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Fairgrounds.The I We're so sure you'll be completely
meeting Is open to the
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The Tranquillizer y' I religious Includedthe ceremonies 25"26"Small 27"28"Medium End E-;

rites of life and death. For
generations sympathy: has been 29"-30"-Large $11 ,
T? Save reg1t9-'lywith' US fbr expressed with a floral offering. t 31"-32"-XLarge
them today.
That U why wa. use
'
X relief of nervous symptoms Our floral offerings are ar. Torso Length .,
ranged with! special tender (Wearing a light undergarment ) '-

care. Call us, we are as closeas Measure your torso length from ,n

your telephone. t the center back of your natural ,

waist. between the legs to the

THE BRADFORD center front of your natural waist

COUNTY TELEGRAPH Under 29"-Short Torso .
,r.r rl! t 29"-30"-Average Torso
U2 Published: Thursdayat
every 31"8l Over-Long Torso 1
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138 W. Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091

e SAVINGS AND LOAANkASSOCIATION Second class' postage paid 11'i Lc

at Starke, Florida. t .
II within' 30 days you are not completely salislied with this, girdle, return'it With ? .1
104))M4-SOM If i will MAOItON ITtlltrmi. "J Subscription Rates: your dated sales slip to Rexnit, Company Inc HE t 36th Street New Vo ,
> .none inti N Y 10016 lor a lull relund ol retail j)
In trade area: $5.CO per your purchase price e cc/, i6
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;C ;; j Irene Has Birthday WainwrigKt Wainwright celebrated PartyIrene


her eighth httth'::ay Saturday 'i
when her mother, Mrs.Edward
,
-"-" Wainwright, gave a party for<

I Mr. and Mia.. Gilbert Gold- Davey Browning, son of Mr. Glen Mary and Grant Moyerof her and ten little friends. ALL
wire were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. David Browning, was Jacksonville are vlsltlnnt Games were played during
Ray Goldwlre In Toledo, Ohio In Baptist Memorial Hospital Mrs. Marlon Moyer and Mr, the party hours and prizes aWarded REa
the past two weeks. Jacksonville. Tuesday to Sunday and Mrs. F. W. Strickland this / to the -winners. The
!: !Mr. and Mrs. Rcbvrt Bush of for observation and treat week. clown motif was carried out 5 0by
Palatka in the table decorations and a
ment. Hannah Vining of
;, J-ickssnvills. Mr. and Mrs. W.
| J. Js.-.astca: : : Miami and Mr. John S. ;Spcer of Venice waa spent Wednesday to Friday of clown bopped the birthday: cake. OUR
and Mrs. James Barron or Monday to Thursday visitors of last week with Mr. and Mrs.L. Mrs. Marlon Garland assisted
Starke were last Filday night Mrs. H. L. Speer and daughter D. Vining. They spent Friday in serving and caring for the
dlnr.;guests cl Mr. and Mrs.R. Mrs. E. P. Bolaiid. Mrs. Boland and Saturday In stockton. Ga, guests. I r
V. Turner at the State Farm. and children returned to their with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tim-
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen homo in Athens Ga. today, after merman.Mr. .
and lamely turned last Wed \several weeks visit with her and Mrs. Walter Richardson Dinner
nesday from ten Jays vacation mother. were in Charleston, S. C. 69'SPARKED
In North Carolina and North Mra.! Edwin Williams will undergo last week visiting Mrs. Mary For Mrs. Woodburn 1
Georgia.Sir. ( surgery today In Alachua: Handy.

and: Mrs. J. C. Hobbs General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- Mrs. N. L. Woodburn was YOU'RE
Mr. and Mrs. John Manningof elll returned Tuesday from ten dinner
and daughter, Darlene were honored with a birthday -
Johnson City, Tenn are vis- days visit with their son-in-law
'vacationing in Panama Cttyseveral on Aug. 12 given by Mrs.
iting Mr. and Mrs. Charles and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Nancy Gunter at her apartmenton
daj-3: last wsek.
Francis this week. James Biggs in Murray. Ky. N. Walnut Street.
i Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green \\\I\
attended the Florida Credit Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Miss Louise Stern returnedlast :
Unlcn convetntlon in Hollywood Schwab and son of Merrltt Island Friday from Alachua Gen- A pink birthday cake topped
spent the weekend with, eral Hospital where she was with miniature pastel Japanese
Thursday t ta Sunday.:
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson. confined for observation and umbrellas was presented to the
I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth Mr. and Mrs.! Dan R. Nell treatment. honoree, also a bouquet of pink
were vacationing at Whlttler.N. SAVINGS
I and family of Kansas City Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby roses. Party games were en-
C. tile vast two weeks. Their are guests this week of :Mr. and and son. Tommy have return. Joyed by the eight guests dur-
eon.ifl.aw and daughter Mr. Mrs. Levon Andrews.Gregory ed from two weeks vacation in ing the evening. OVERTIMEYearEndSale
and Mrs. Anthony Seattle of TIME
I Nichols is home New Orleans and the Smoky
Jacksonville them fur ,
Joined
I After being a staffer this summer Mountains. They were joined by
several days.;. at the Baptist Retreat at their son. Jimmy Crosby Jr.,
Mrs. Ted Waihe of Leesburgwas
Rldgecrest. N. C. while in New Orleans.
i 4s
visiting! :Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Mrs. Tullv Norman is visiting
H. Graham from Friday to have had as visitors Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Esgers
Monday.! Mrs. Cecil Padgett (of Lake in Jacksonville this week.
,AL'. and Mrs. Edward Hudson City on Saturday and Mr. and Ricky Turner of Moravia, N.
of Atlanta. Ca. spent the week. Mrs. N. L. Woodburn and
Mrs. Donald Cooper of Lake Y..was Tuesday and Wednesdayguest daughter
end With mother:! Mrs. : Candy spent Sunday,
ner
City on Sunday. ( of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Aug. 10, at Daytona Beach where
Nelson Green and family. Mrs. W. K. Booth and children Patz and family.Mr. they were joined
by Mr. and
.-Mrs.: Billy Hall of Orlando Is of Fort Walton Beach and Mrs. Seeber Goodman Mrs. Keith Rmves and of
the iiut of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.DuPU spent the first of the week with and daughter, Janel, returned Winter Park. TheY celebratedthe sons
:; tills week. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Saturdav from a two birthdays of Mrs.Woodburnand
:>Mi'. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas W. Cressler. weeks vacation. They were Join Mrs. Reeves
sp. nr, Saturday and! Sunday Mrs. Helen Prather of Ocala ed in Nashville Tenn. by their

with Mrs. Kathleen Goethe in was Monday overnight guest daughter! Miss Harriet Goodman Mr, and Mrs. Glen Conner
East: Pk-latka and Mr. and\ Mrs. last week of Mrs. Margaret of Chicago m. for four and children of Orlando visited
A. L. Reese and family of Silver Jackson. days. They visited Dr. and Mrs. their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Springs, Md.! at St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs C. L, Cooperand H. O. Glsh In Murray, Ky. and Leon Conner and Mr. and Mrs.
Jls.ich. Mr and :Mrs. Harold Bran- spent some time In the Smoky Barney McRae over the week-
;; Sat, Emmett:: Fain of Andersl ham attended fie Cooper family Mountains.Mrs. .
)n. S, C. was a weekend guest reunion at Hart Springs! on p. S. ''Snow of Dublin, end.Miss Sally Lawson has returned -
of his, uncle and aunt. Mr. and the Suwannee River on Sunday. Ga.. and Mrs. Betty McMullen from ten days visit with
llr.-i.:: R. O. Dansby: while stationed Later that day they visited Mr. of Miami were recent visitorsof Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Cannington -
: nt Camp Blanding for and Mrs. James Cooper In Mr.. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. and son In Iron City Ga.
t'Adeclss.: Chiefland.Mr. Mrs. L. U, Morgan, Jr.. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. George Schoene
::-Mr.' and MM.\ Ralph DlgfSjftid and Mrs BM1 Grawbadger and Sanrtl.! and Mr. and Mrs.) of Orange Park were Sunday '
dau hter. Carols:!, will visit and family of Auburn. Ind. L. A. Mathews were visiting dinner quests of Mrs.: Martha
Patrolman and Mrs. Bob Far- are visiting Mrs. Margaret Leaton Morgan m last weekendat Moore.Lt. ; ;: iT.1: ..ir
rlor in Brooksville over the Jackson several days this week. Fort Bragg, N. C. Jerry Cline of Winder,
weekend. Ga., who Is on two weeks maneuvers -

.;, Col. and Mra. William H. Local admittances to Brad Mrs. Margaret Jackson had a : at Camp Blanding, was
L drvnrda III and family of ford County Hospital this week family get together last Fri- Sunday dinner guest of his uncle .
jVahlngton( D. C. are visiting! Include: Mrs. Irene Brooks day night Including Richard and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Sher-

their parents, Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Ralph: Crlbbs, David L. Jackson of Parsippany, N.J., rod Hamilton. -
Hal] Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.J. Newham. Mrs. Charity Henley, Morris Jackson of Ocala, W. T. Mr. returned and Mrs.last WoodrowThomas Wednes- -
o. Caldwell for two weeks. Buddy Crawford, Mark C. Grit-' Jackson and Blake Jackson of <
:5-:Dr. and Mra. H. G. Bollingcr fls, Zane Brooks: Mrs. Delorss Starke, and Robert Jackson of day the Central from a and five Western day tour states of
And have had as visitors Cleon Keystone Heights also attendIng
daughters L. Carlson, Mrs. Ragan and visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene <
\ Jimmy Durham of Vero William C. Powell Jr., Miss were Mr. and Mrs. Marc Sumner In Oclalla, Ga. enroute
Qearh on Tuesday and Wednesday Carolyn Grlffls Mrs. Charlotte Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Tom
of last week and Miss Pat Winters and Mrs. Louise New Jackson of Starke. home.Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. 25 New Trucks To

ricia Woodard of Mobile Ala. man of Starke; Mrs Jeanette Guy Sale attended the Fashion 4j
from Tuesday to Monday.Dr. Cuendet, Mrs Hilda Lindsay Mr. and Mrs.'Charles Sawyerwere Mart In Atlanta Monday to
and Mrs H. H. Adams and John Valldejull: Keystone in Fort: Lauderdale Wed Wednesday.Dr. 4
were'acatlcnln'r the: past two Heights: Shelton R. Beasley. nesday to Sunday attending the and Mrs Harry Gruen Choose From
weeks in Gsoi'sla.! Tennessee, Macclanny: and James R. Bry- Florida L. P. Gas Association celebrated Oietr\ second anniversary ]
convention where Mr. Sawyerwas
and the Carol'.nas.! ant, Lake Butler. Wednesday with dinner 4
elected Vice President.
with Mr.and Mrs. Larry Fender j
Also attending the conventionweri 1
In Gainesville.Mr. .
:Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade
and Mrs. Gene Ivey are <
Elveria DeVoe who Fort had Lauderdale spent the past weekin residing In the Harrington 4
apartments on N. Walnut Street.
Mrs. L.K. Whitehead had aa Mrs. Ivey has accepted a teach4 No Reasonable Offer

Has the Ability guests Friday Mrs. E. R. Collins Ing position at Lawtey Elemen4.
tary School.
of Green Cove Springs,
To Serve The People .$ Mrs. H. D. Long of Bruns- Mr. and Mrj. W. F. Her.: shave .
Of StarkeIMPARTIALLY wick, Ga., and Miss Arlene had as visitors: Mrs.Johnny -
Braddock of Jacksonville. Stewartand son, Rodney Her-
long, ad Mrs. Olive McDonaldof

Mr. and Mrs. C.I. Dinkins Jacksonville on Sunday and Turned Down !
attended eta !graduation: of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hall and
their son In low, David son of Marianna on 'Monday.
A Complete New Approachto Christopher, from Troy State
ProblemsYOUR Polio ''''. Troy Ala. last Fr'. Mr. and Mrs C. L. DinXins
: City t day, Mr. Christopher received are sight seeing In North
SUPPORT FOR a Bachelor's degree in Music and South Carolina and Tennessee r
AND
VOTE and education. He and his this week.

Z: Council family have moved to t ltz-' Jan Mundjrff ot Tampa was To Suit Your
for City Financing Needs.WE'LL
DeVoe
Elveria gerald. Ga. where he will be visiting his parents Mr. and .
band dlrectoratFitzgeraldliigh Mrs. R. E. Mundorff, over the
: GROUP TWO School for the coming': year. weekend.:
Rev. and Mrs.DeWitt Farabeo
Will Be Greatly Appreciated Mr. and Mrs. E. Saunders Ir. and family will return Fri-
of Venice were visiting friends
day from three weeks visit TRADE FOR
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) here last Sunday afternoon. ., with Mrs. Farabee's mother, ANYTHING!
Mrs. William Pinchbeck. la
ELECT MAURICE J. WHIlfeEttabluhed Guilford. Conn. Thev also visit
ed other points of interest in ,

the Northeast. .

]$O4Bcudcockb .

Duplicate Bridge

Club Result
FURNITURE and APPLIANCES

INSTANT The Starke Duplicate Bridge
Club had three tables in playat
----- CREDIT the Pratt Street t Recreation
-- TERMS TO FIT
--
1 Center Tuesday night.
I :, YOU BUDGETCONSOLE
r Overall winners Were Mrs
Sherrod Hamilton ani Mrs.
GENERALe-ELECTRIC- M. A. Baldwin with a scoreof


/J'/iii; Qualiry Trw Sound Component Reproduction STEREOS'Intur 21.The Walnwrlght 24. weekly Mr. and were tournaments Mrs.second Edward with reopen H rT H HWE


'' o AM/FM/FM St.r.o Radio to the public and all
o Automatic Shulaff bridge players) are invited to
i/ o 4-Spoakor Sound SyitomVolumo attend. Sessions start at 7:30: WILL CJVE $300.00 FOR ANY SINGLE
.., .r. /leis *1 0 Control Tono and Balance p.m. each Tuesday in the Pratt

j / Street Recreation Center.

Modern Walnut Finish TRADE-IN TOW IT OR HAUL IT IN.
thiInitanl ,.., The fellow who boastsof ,
--- o Sound his high i.q. is perhaps
.r Convoniont ControlConur S speaking of his idiot quo-
.y 199syuehlutren tient.
i Controlt
j r- Moditorranocn 5'0'00Mediterranean

.; ,/111 Stereo SE/ftVJCE/ SCHEDULE
J
i
>
I i I e Slid 5'0'0 Tuner CATHOLIC ChurchesST.

I .j, EDWARD'S, / / ,
I J yj rMen M.d.Di.m.nd 5259 Starke: / I
S'ylu Sunday Mass, 8 am and9'1J
a Fun lIonlO Tuning : am,

.; % less Thursday ;Mass, 6:30 p.m.Mlciculous .

ASK ABOUTBADCOCK'S EAST TERMS : : : Medal Novena-: U. S. 301 North Phone 964-7500
Saturday. 7 p.m.

ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone STARKE
IOWESZ PptCEi d ck E lE'f 1 TERMS Heights' FLORIDA
i. Sunday Main, 9 a.m.,
Wetnesdajr Mass it Novena

7 p.m.,
128. S.,.WALNUt-STy. BILL WILSON, OWNER
ST. MARY'S Maeclennyi; Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"AUG.

r Sunday Mass, 11:30: a.m.Birthday .


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2 Enter Running Board To Attend Council Rescinds Decision Council Wants Full-Time' Chief.

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(Continued From Page One)
eWe then stated: tlemen had contacted him. No- Chief Biggs went on to explain
Bulkhead
For Sept. 9 Vote Meet (Continued; From (Pace One) "I'm the one who made the lin said his views had "com- Bobby"I'm (not Chief just Biggs talking) either.about" he did not work full time
because he owned
motion. I didn't realize the pletely changed. money on
area could 'be expectedto < NoUn stated.
of the to his radiator; repair equipmentin
coosequisnjvs!! McRae McRae then apologized
(Continued From !Page One) take any other attitude as Clerk Merrill Edwards his He
pointedcut that no proponents Magarelll!, explaining "We haveto City body shop. said he
rcontinued. From Page ODe) long as reasonable doubt re- said the entire matter came could not live on the pollcechief's
had live with these people
house
ring on July 29. She teachesat In fact, may have located their mained .bout the odor. He IOf the slaughter He suggestedthat
down to money. salary and off the
Biggs In 1967. During the past talked to him except Magarelll! Bill Dixon pointed out that pay
Starke Elementary.
homes on state property.One out his neighborhoodvoted the chief full
pointed with working equipment at the same time.
he has been em- he added "if the plant was there all
two years Bowen, who is employed as Santa Fe Lake development and Bill Haas. But
38-2 against the plant."We're time one less policemen would He was responsible for the
ployed at Jimmy Moore's SunSports. Mo that all live councilmen: had the gripping we'd do wouldn'tCouncil
mechanic at Terwillegar -
a the Seminole Ridge Pro-
talking About 2,000 'be needed. Whe ever a man debt, Biggs said. He added
tars served on the city police of corporation headed by heard from those opposed to help the force, Ed-
In this is ject a feet here, Crosby said. Then resigns from that Is now paid oft
The new face race force for several years. has been stopped the, plant. At least ho had members were asked and need not be
H L. Ownbey he asked. "How far toes a war Js said, a replaced -
Fuqua, a nine year veteranof lie has Running for the position of several months at the requestof fly fly. I don't know." McRae said, including opposition : repeatedly how they would and his salary could be ,
law enforcement. mayor are incumbent Carl Hurst officials connected with the from some of his real vote if tho plant was going in applied to raises.
been with the Bradford's Sheriffs and Nolan Woodburn. Hurst Trustees of the Internal Improvement Councilman Jimmy McRae, clo.se personal f:;nds. near their own homes ELECT MAURICE J. WHITE
department for a year. the for 2 1/2 who made the motion to ap
has held position cab- 'MuRae then moved to rescind -
Fund (state
that he was assis- the city's site for Magar- -- -
Prior to years and prior to that was on !prove his previous motion. .
tant police chief for six years council for 6 1/2 inet.
the city years.
here/ from that areadon't
in "People !
an-
for two One property owner
and a city patrolman -Experienced-
as
Woodburn is new to the political "
years. This is his first try scene. Owner of Wood- other case 'had a warrant Issued Chairman Dave Shuford told want it, Magarelll said,
for political office. burn's Gem Jewelry, Woodburn against a Game Commission :Bryan to take the Clay ordin- "But how about the people 1eyTo
There is also a three way managed a jewelry store in official taking pictures on ance up with Attorney Thercn from all over town?" -QualifiedFriendly -
race for the Group 4 council Deland before moving Starke the beach In front of his homa. Yawn. "He can tell you seat. Incumbent Gerald Will- in 1956. The resident Bill Baker, Lake glance If Its what we want" Claire Capps said
lams is being challenged by two McRae, who is facing com- Geneva postmaster, precipitatednext Shuford said. Councilman Gerald Williams Your City -
political newcomers. Mrs. petition from Mrs. DeVoe, is Wednesday's meeting by Bryan brought the matter up said that people all over town
Maurice J. White and Jimmy seeking his third term on the dropping the charges when three times. Both Shuford and: had called him to protest the
Bowen. city council. He is employedas Game Commission officials Commissioner Zedra Hamiltonsaid plant. Keep It
Williams is seeking his a lab analysis by Du Pont. agreed to a public hearing to they didn't think the Brad- Col. Harry Hatcher &ild the
second term on the council. He Mrs. DeVoe is retired from Iron out issues on the matter. ford Fire Department will Armory Board has a nice facility Keep Carl Hurst
is the manager of the local the business world. She has The Bradford County Commission have any trouble getting funds on Edwards Road: and Detent Mayor
office of the Florida State Telephone held positions as executive got involved In the Issue promised once It Is organizedand "we protest I...."
Co. housekeeper at Holiday Inn when Ownbey, president of the the ordinance passed by Councilman 1' T Nolin then .' __ *
Mrs. White, 33-year-old widow In Starke. and housekeeper Ott Corporation asked the the Board. The chairman suggested said he was under the impression And
tossed her bonnet in the and dietician. at Doctors Hos Board to establish bulkhead that Bryan and Fire that the: Council just gave I Your
...' VoteAnd
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pital. lines at Seminole Ridge. The Chief Harry Green attend! the ''Magarelli permission to investigate
j -. Commission visited the site but next meeting of the Bradford the site, not permission Effective /
: has taken no>> steps to establishthe Development Authority. The to purchase the site U( he Active Support ,
jji; i- ie r-pLise lines. A boundary question Fire Department will get $3,500 fund it satisfactory. Sevtral X Is Appreciated
"lands-
!has also>> been raised as to of the $4.500 it requested: from !persons in the ,audience; disagreed v
whether Alachua County, Instead the DA If that body agrees. and confusion resulted. .
PRESENTS of Bradford, might have While on the topic of dona Nolin then said he "can see
jurisdiction over the east aide tlons to the volunteer! fire de- an investigation of the site."

WEDNESDAY NIGHT DANCE of Big Santa Fe Lake. partment, E. W. Hodges of But he pointed out that no cat ;<;:- ...
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On another matter Monday Hampton asked If any part of I :s::..... ,, .."" '"
I : STARRING night. Commissioner Bryan the money would go to the )::!:..- ';\;-.-X 011 :-".. \ '-:.:.;,;;, ..:;-..
suggested that the Board adopta Hampton, Brooker, and Lawtey
Clay County ordinance giving fire departments.
H MOUSEAnd that county authority to contri- Shuford replied that It was
bute funds to a county volun- his understanding that funds
teer fire department. At its appropriated by the county

The Boys previous meeting the Board had board will go to the county volunteer ...
asked its attorney to prepare department but tIe ..
an ordinance for that purpose."I county fire department will go / 1 ..
NATIONAL GUARD. think this is just what we anywhere In the county. It al .
ARMORY
need" Bryan stated. He said will be up to the towns to finance .,.
the Clay act could be used as their own fire departments '
a model and that It should Shuford said he under- Ll .,
Wednesday, August 27 -- 8:30: authorize the expenditure of up stood.In ....
to one mill for the fire depart. other action, the Commission .
.
ment. : ..
-Took no action! on a letter ....
Eunice ..
concerning the paving of


t tt Road for paving the at next priorities Lawtey five years.have because been A letter the set GIRLS FASHI h\ '


PICK ONE OUT written concerning Senator that paving Bob Saunders had been tAi.\\

by Mrs. W. L. Griffis of Law-
tey and the senator! had for .

t t tt warded It to the Board.
"It would be nice but that's

THERE'S A NEW question something" Chairman that's out Shuford of the KNIT o ;


said.-Gave Clerk Darby permis-

t MAGIC CHEEt sion to amend the Road and

Bridge next month.budget if he has to SHIRTS \

Discussed a speaker for the
GAS RANGE TO FIT YOUR NEEDS A dedication of the new courthouse /

but came to no decision. .
,
\ {: Clock with, 1-Hour Timer' Lighted Backguard with, T that the increased salaries of I
:
.t appliance Outlet Color Coded Control Knobs High officials on the fee system, PANTY
:- s. N Performance Lifetime Cast Iron values
fl'- Burners lift-
-
,"t which Include the tax assessor
I and Removable Porcelain Top No Drip, Recessed .
and tax collector In Bradford HOSE
t .. Cook Top. Red Wheel Lo-Temp Oven Control t ,
; County, must be paid retroactive -
Removable Oven Door,
Liners. Rack Runners and
100% cotton knits in choice of crew
r': to Jan 1 this If
Door Seals Waist High Infra-Red, Radiant Broil year.
mock turtleneck length
Burner Triple Skewer rotisserie those offices make enough fees or styling.3/4 1 $129
sleeve. New Fall solids and stripes.
to ,
pay the increases it could
MODEL 140EHKPW Stock up now at this sale price! Sizes
amount to $900 for each man. Compare with other selling
t.:;, $24900- t 3-6X and 714.
at $1.59. Fine seam
J' .. .. less micro mesh, inset
'. < ,>''i JacksonvilleBusiness crotch. Latest fashion
-I shades in Sm-Avg.-Tall.
GIRLS
t'' ? :; .tii; Slant Front Controls Color Coded Control GIRLS
.4'' Knobs High Performance Lifetime Cast Iron t l
.. BLOUSES SKIRTS PANTIES
T e Burners Lift-Up and Removable Cook Top
\" u:;1 Red Wheel Lo-Temp Oven Control Removable
!is .. ';;.--1 Oven Door and Door Seals Clock '
_
.
'. r'- with Hour Timer Oven Window and Light $ 99 i $ 39
j "..1_ 1 1 I Small Appliance Outlet Fluorescent Back. | 299G"

guard Light t Directory.Auto ,. elastic leg briefs

MODEL that compare in quality
All the newest looks waistband
380.3w$1 9950 Great new selection of Fall dressy with others selling for
styles suspender looks swing
Sales and Service tailored blouses. Permanent press styles I in cottons and acrylics, much more. Cottons and
\ cottons and blends, short and long rayons, prints and
solidsand Sizes 3-6).7.14.)
Parrish MotorsSALES sleeve. Sizes-4, 3-6X 714. S3.99. plaids. solids. Sizes 414.

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c4:1: ,I e s f *M Red Wheel Lo-Temp Oven Con. PARTS VOLVO_ ( $100SLACKS
4 trol High Performance Life. t [ :
.saraoe4r y ,e time Cast Iron Burners Removable (
: Cy Oven Door and Door Always Good Used'Cars. Full and half styles in
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press


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E'i kfro Cost Electric MotorsSold tons and acrylics solids! p jumpers. Solids and pat '"! ,y Many styles,fabrics and
"
Serviced Repaired and patterns. Big selection terns that give a new look colors for toddlers, girls l
Generators Starters Armature in all size ranges 24. 3- with different tops. Sizes and misses.. Sizes 4-11-

Choice of Colors -. Buy Now and Save! t "Rewinding.': 044 Lenox Jax.: 387-2528 6X7142.99 3-6X. 7-14-S3.99.


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LITTLE' DUDE ..
AND APPLIANCES BeaUI'ullvstv1edln, HlghluslerllnlShed Klltle vamp Bold them link ere '
t vanilla brown antique leather in golden tan strap-down namenl sets oft this ..
Western Store to enhance all 299 .1nIIQue. A dressy 399 Vinyl upper Wllh399 smart new loafer 399..
the new fashIons, .lIp.on. SIzeS 812-3 hnlnR. SIzeS stv'e.' Whiskey or
SizeS 8IJ'3. roffee/ antique.10-4.

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More Associate l MembershipsAsked 'tir l z GtA
County Promotion
F"
To Finance Fire ept. t t g tr ,,


The Bradford County Volunteer The next meeting of the e j,, Policies
Pay SetPromotions
fire Department iscon- Department will be Aug. 25, ,,
tinuting Its plan of trying to because the first Monday In
.,. changes from CommissionsRalh: Bryan
bring fire to ALL, or
protection
Sept. falls on Labor Day. ,
residents of Bradford County. y one pay grad to another for noted, fien the Board can ap
;
r i county employees henceforthmust prove fie raise retroactively.The .
Chief Harry Green reports be recommended by a department Beard dr?)ld d to handle

tha a good response has been Armed Robbery tea. ,, n r head and then ap the hlrin of ncldlt'.onal!! employees :
received to the drdre[ for Associate ...- t t t proved by the County Commission in the same manner as the
Memberships which! was before becoming effective. pay raises.!
conducted through the mail last Case Goes To In other action on Aug. 18th,
month. i 9.wr That was the decision! of the the Board:
Associate Membership fees Circuit Court t Beard when Clerk Chivies! -Okayed a earl: for bids on a
will be placed ithe, budget Darby retorted some conful'!:>n new bull dozer.'! An old dozier!

and earmarked for sorely need with kl 1l r f' on) whether! tit was supposedto will be used as clown: payment
Three suspects charged fP W II
ed/irefighting equipment. .tst9' (n pay an employee more ona so the county will !iavs nothingto
the armed robbery of a Super
proximately 50 e of the amountn department head's notification pav !in cash until the new
August
Test service station here
$ $ded to establish the Droartinftnt budget yearA ,
bean ba-ljated' through 11 have been bound over to Circuit to 'r r .akt. _
has a 'Cy
,. +
a
public hearing
set
.
was
Court and are being held ti. .. $a a '
Associate From now the d part-
but
the County Commission nP en. on the new budget! for Sept 8,
Memberships will have in county jail under $25,000 .,, ment head will make the recommendation the board's regular meeting
ttf'be relied on for the remaining bond each. ''''y.w. ''yI : to the! commission: day.

:; portion of the 1969 budget.Anyone member In c'la'g: ? of h's department Okayed the purchase of
After hearing testimony at a
residing in Bradford That board member
; hearing last Fri three! new typewriter for: Darby'a
Ccrtinty, including residents of preliminary will bring the matter before
office, fie A Dcct.
and
day, County Judge T. A. Yawn *
Starka: and the outlying towns. the entire commission: far: final
the eiioervof! .
why did not receive a letter bound two of the defendants I approval reglsh'atbn.Okayed
drive[ Clarence Manuel and Johnny a pay ral? from
the
membership
defring! No will bs
pay given em-
an tt* to $fll 1 Vf-r week
for -
twn
Lee London, over to circuit ( eFloyees -
contribute to the
my newly Grid Drills ployee until' the ra'se has beenapproved
Begin at the
motor
formed fire department by writing court :> vehicle
by the entire! board
to the Bradford County Volunteer The third defendant, Barbara :"! '(' :?:) .Cation.

Fire Department, Box Jean Terry, alto: known as It's hot work In August but Bradford shown Above as Coach Chuck Mason puts

786, Starke, Florida and requesting Barbara Jean Mazon, waived High's Tornado began sweat drenching drills them through their pares li expected to do

Associate :Membership. : the right to a preliminary hearing :Monday in preparation for their first game big things! in the 1969 season

The contribution Is $5 and was bound over to Circuit with Macclenny September 19. Season tickets Junior varsity practice will begin Monday -

annually.Chief Green. reports also that All Court.three are charged with are on sale now at the BUS office or ally August/ 25, at 6 p.m., Coach DaridHure pp CALLSTANLEY

the Department needs apprjxinwftely armed robbery. Tornado cheerleader, says. Boys are asked to report to the
20 more active mem- The bill Tornado line, some of which Is field house LYONS

b ?s. Anyone interested in Manuel and T.ciiaon will be

pledging Green! or may attend contact the Harry regular N. represented by Public Defender PFC Arthur.or B, Clark whose Bradford Countians Have Net Traffic HeavyOn CONTIt ACT PAINTING
R A Green Jr. The woman
meetings held on the first and mother !Mrs. !Mora Clark, and
declined! the court's offer for wife Alice live in Starke has
,
third :Monday of each month at US-301
counsel saying she has miens been assigned to the 25th Infantry PHONE 2593084MACCLENNY
7 pjn. at the County Inspection Spendable Income Of $23 MillionBradford
to her
Station.! provide own attorney Division in Vietnam Count Snows FLA.

i
County residentshad > The Increase noted here was

net spendable earnings of greater than elsewhere in the A recent traffic count by the
South Atlantic States, where FREE Estimates -- Satisfaction GUARANTEEDREWARD;
$23,192,000 in 1968 (after payment -
State Road Department shows
SAYE Ai the average was ;3.9 per cent.
of income taxes),
personal
I :Diostof th spendable income between 11,000 and 12,000 vehicles
as compared with the previous[ here went to retail businesses per day pass; the county
year's $21,268,000, accordingto courthouse on Temple Avenue
where local
BacktoSchoolDISCOUNT in the area, mel'chants -
a recent report on the nation's reported gross sales of (US-301)).
markets. An SRD spokesman said de
STORES $17,534,000, as compared with a
DEPARTMENT Significant gains were chalkedup $16,444,000 in the previous tailed report. Including a countat
other points in tYj! area:
in the local trading area as year.
consumers with more moneyin will be available in about three $100 FOR RETURN OF
Figures indicate that Brad- weeks
their :))dl')' indulged in
large-scale spending. Justhow ford Countians spent more for The figure given for the courthouse .
furniture, air conditioners refrigerators MONEY BOX
much this represented, on a per includes city traffic, but
and washing: machines -
family basis, was determinedby indicates growing use of US-301
f.micor foods
dividing the total Income by purchased as a north-south highway
and in general, treated themselves AND
: ,
the number of households in Starke drivers are well awareof
the county. It amounted, on > to more luxuries than the heavy flow of traffic

SALE SPECIAL average;; to t: $6,268a 6.1 per ever before Neither! the. ost sur-of along 301 from the difficulty $250 REWARDFOR
the
tax, nor higher ?
cent Increase over the prior goods and services halted the they experience getting across!
year's $3,908.ELECT notice- the busy highway( especially
increase in sales to a
THUR-FRI-SAT ONLY trying to enter it and turn Left
able degree.
I IhW MAURICE J. WHITE INFORMATION LEADING: ; TO ARREST

r AND CONVICTION: OF PERSON OR PERSONS

\SJfDEnumicm BREAKING INTO OWEN JOIST CORP. ON JULY

"" 18, 1969.PI.ESE.
Battery or ElectricAMFM 1_
n1S; t' CONTACT; (' THE BRADFORD COUNTY

OFF SHERIFF'S DEPT OR CALL. 9615900.SULLIVANS & .
RADIOOR w m$.

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STORES JACKEt :
MEATMARKET

RADIOPHONOYour Reaitane ,;;l
.. \7wAV couponSALE f
< tY-:
./ ADDRESSHOURS ,. ..,

$ ', .. o, s.e, ., .. H\VY. tOO Ii MILES SOl'Tll ()STARKE
STARKE PLAZA

$1688 ,IeaC OFF ON JA 90v55RE5 fo*?? S- P- E ..e.. -A L--s
Choice '
Open All Day Evey Day : :>... '+ Sttti.rI' :
iilili' :. '
I" '. \\; :?ltytilt r
Fri.. Sat. Until 7 P.M. ,' ;:';::.:ttsit' l+:iiitrr..'i'i* ; +111I. =
\ 'tj: .tth 111'f!
r I\;
.s \: HENS LB. .
39c
our reg. $19.88 OPEN ''r -


This or new electric.AM-FM control Has radio push-button FM plays automatic on batteries band frequency Sunday Afternoon 1. r MENS KNIT & VINYL LOCAL ROUND( BEEF 89


selection padded leather-like case SIRLOIN LB.

and telescopic antenna. 1 TO 6 P. M. SUEDE JACKET T-BONE


LLOYDS "- --- GENERAL ELECTRIC U. S. CHOICE


7 TRANSISTOR r''O..I.!l ?. !. 2 ALARMCLOCK -- st.'t\. $ 49s SIRLOIN TBONELB.or ? --.

RADIO
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r
l 1j9 II r ()\) Center Cut Pork Chops LB. 89c
(
9 97 ,,,0./6'.5 7 5 $3.95 $ 47 .ro' t 1.
$4,50$2 2 > WITH
value r 4 our reg. COUPON End Cut Pork Chops LB. 69c
7'
$15.99
'fI' Country Sausage LB. 89c
-
Solid state, pocket size Smart, compact antique
radm complete with battery .::.. white case Big, easy to
and earphone nr read numerals. t Great pile lining!Okingjacketwilh zipper front shawl with collar smart Fresh Fish Mullet LB. 25c

t, r- suede finished vinyl front accent And
L -i FRYERS LB. 35c
,
*. it s washable! camel or olive sizes -

':--.& '' 3646.

4 y OPEN SUNDAYS

MENS WIDE WALE
BOtS TO C P.M.

CORDUROY JACKET!( .
,
''
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:
CORDUROY '''

NEW rr 44 rr PANASONIC PARKA $ SAVESAVE SAVE

KODAK INSTAMATIC CASSETTE RECORDER reg.ar $1099

on Name Brand Mobile Homes
Take color prints, color 97 Just snap in cartridge to 5 88 810.99O99 $11.99
$
slides or black & white. $9.95 7 record or play. Takes pre. our reg.26 PRICES SLASHEDNew
recorded Autom.
cartridges.
; Drop in dim pop-on value .
(flashcube and dck, awav. recording level control $29.88 .. TH roO IPO". Moon year Warranty
I 26" length in durable 10 oz
$2 BLANK CARTRIDGES..97c Permanent press wide. | cotton corduroy. Fully pile lined,
3x12 Bronzfiwood 2:311 and
wale corduroy with knit zipper front and 2 slash pockets. ,
I collar and cuffs. Quilt In olive or bronze, sizes 36.44 front kitchen. >3395
--. lined and zip-off hood.

r t i r sna Sizes 612JUNIOR 44X 12"2 bedrooms front 4 rear .............3495

ll a b i a + BOYS Boys 44X 12-2 bedrooms front kitchen: .,....,.,....3550


;", SHEEP'HEURor bOX 122 bedroomi. fr bar kitchen, ....... ... $3995Capclla

,:/.. JACKETS5O '

. Custom 60x12, 2 bedrooms SRfifln
: la /front living deluxe modeh __

OFF xEr Capella, custom, 60x12:3 bedrooms;; ,-"SfiOtT
; GE CLOCK RADIO PANASONIC 12 in. TV < our ra -front private kitchen. ______

J. 810.99 Bronzwood,64x12, 3 double bedrooms. '5295
: Wake to music automati New, 1970 model. Solid 1'baths **

:- cally. Has trouble-free, our reg.$11 97 state, instant-on, com-. $,69 88i Timmcraf(The BIG One) 70x 2, 3 {COOC
instant-on solid state $14.88 plele UHF-VHF reception our reg WITH COUPON 13 99 double bedrooms: baths u /*/*/
,r. circuitry. Accurate clock. 1 yr. warranty on picture$79.eg
tube, parts & labor
"- Many new styles ;in most popular
:J fabrics. Button or zipper styles, "Rich OUPpN GD ;; ;
"
some with hood, some with pile Ih'elc LetMustang* ,
g BATTERY SPECIALSONLY I n gs, Sizes 2.4, 3-7. Take 50C / 1o tonljring Mobil
off our regular prices of}?.......? '' / I aaigrw b and : : '
a'eq'r, /POr ckets Sfef end, Sales
r D sits, pkg of 10............ 88 9 roll siic.................... 81 $5.99 to $10.99 Zs/ eySiyes10ejss ,INC.
,r low Down Payments Low Monthly Payments

FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS 4820N.W.131"1441( ) Gainesville/ 378.1346
J:, ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!


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.Interest In Show Mrs. DeVoe Bids I RACEWAY Department Heads Planned At BHS

- - --
For Group Two 'ho''last and we're not sliding
Type 14 Tobacco The :principal said while year
RESULTS I A departmental. approach Is psychology and sociology; music back any."
about
14 "not yet ready to brag
Council Seat being inaugurated at Bradford appreciation; a girls drill the finished product (tat BHS), "We're going to take a giant.
of starke Raceway results for this team; library resources and concluded.
James Wershow, president High School year. "we made a good first step leap this year, he
the Alachua County Farm Bur Elverla DeVoe qualified Sunday, Aug. 17 (winner and The various courses! will be learning techniques. f.:::::::::::::;:::; :;:':::::;:; :::::: : : :::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;.-::::::::::::::::::::::
eau, made a recent trip to Tokyo Mrs. runner-up: name of owner, grouped 'under seven departments While aocrcdiation at BHS ..'. V
Japan to see whether the Tuesday as a. candidate for the horse, and rider: and each of these de dropped for 1968-69 to "accred I
Japanese Tobacco ''Monopoly\ Group 2 city council seat. 1st race, 220 yards-Joey Bennett partments be 'hcade3by an iation with limited deficiencies' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home i!
could be Induced to use Type 14 In a statement to the press Red. Van Prescott. Bubba experienced teacher who will '''because too many teachers I p
!Mrs. DeVoe former executive Branlett. Tom. Jerry Blackwell.2nd out of their
,tobacco: wilted Is grown In- coordinate the courses 'and as- were teaching
North Florida and Georgia. housekeeper at Holiday Inn race 250 yardsRobert slat other teachers in the de fields of certification; this yearthey're I I STARKE
said: "I will be sincere and Jordan, Joe, Jerry Blackwell. partment. In "top shape." .
Wershow carried with him conscientious in1 my decisions Tommy Reams, Champ, Dean The new ,budget contains According to Diggs, only .one I f.' PHONE 961-6200 :
field-run samples of tobacco r rrepresentatives and always willing to keep an Brown. $17,300 for department heads. teacher will be teaching out of ,o ::;:{
grown on his farm. As a result open mind to both sides of all 3rd race. 220 yards Bubba This. Is enough money to hire field this year and he purposelyassigned '
- of his meeting with officials: discussions and problems. Branlett Tom, Jerry Blackwell. 20 department heads with each her out of field because ,1i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .
Jn ToltYo. the Japanese Tobacco to the Florida "I shall work to encourage. Adro Brown, Poncho, Dean receiving $875 for the addition. be believed she can do ,
Monopoly Corporation for the and Georgia Markets to super- all desirable and profitable Industry Brown. al work they will be called an excellent jab and he did f{: _PHONE 47.1-3176: j!,:?

first time placed a sizable The order vise We first: purchases of Starke prosper to locate and here make to Starkea help Make 4th race Greg, Woods 250 yards-Joe Pate R.,, upon to do. it "for" the benefit of the stu- :::::::::::::::::::::::::;;::::::::*:::::::::::::::::::::::*:::;;;:;;::';' :::swasftKft::;: ;: :;::::*:;:::>>::;;;:::;:;;;;:; :::;:;:':;:::;1'-'
for Type 14 tobacco. Type 14.According. Bobby denta
the budget
Initial order was for 1,000 hog's to Wershow, the city we can really be proud Sue Bobby Pate. Casey hearing explained that: at departmentIh.eadll" ,......... ........... ........ ..-. --.. .-.. --.. -
head. of. nth race, 250 yardsMitchell
door has been opened to a very was really a catch-all
"I will show no partiality Crawford Time Saver,
Wershow decided that a tripto valuable export market, and whatsoever at anytime." Adkins. J. T. Bass!, Star, Danny Roy :term in the bu get and that
arrangements should be madeto only at BHS will there actuallybe
Japan was necessary 'when In conclusion Mrs. DeVoe said Gasa. NEW MODELS ARE ON THEIR
he learned that the Japanese continue to cultivate the export she, had "unlimited time to devote FEATURE RACES6th department heads. .
were about to make a new cig- of Type 14 tobacco to to the council to get the race, 300 yards-Mitchell In the rest of the ccunt.yIIchools
arette t Oat would need mild tobaccos Japan. Job done right." Crawford Time Saver, Roy Ad- "department :heads"
of the Type 14 variety. Wershow's trip was sponsored She has been a resident of kins. Eddie Starling, Pete, Kim will be teachers who do extra
He was able to demonstratethat by the Alachua. County Starke for 22 years, coming Prescott. (work where and when needed. : WAY. .
Farm Bureau with the aid of The departments BHS are:
Type 14 had less nicotineand here with her husband Smith 7th race. 250 yards-Tommy
more sugar than other Commls-s'oner! of Agriculture DeVoe. who is a supervisor with Reave, Champ, Dean Brown. (1)) art English and foreign
grades.As Doyle Conner, and Fred Bond the DuPont Company.Mrs. Dot Starling Pints Joe, GregWoods. languages; ((2)) social \studies;
of the Stabilization Corporation DeVoe is a member of (3)) math; ((4)) physical education We Are Clearing Out Current Models
o. result of his visit, the ; (5)) agriculture DCT
NEHA (National Executive 8th race, 250 yardsEdward
Mononolv dispatched
Japanese Housekeepers Association) and Adkins Bama! Bailey, Rov Ad. home economics and business
has held positions! as executive klns. Pat Westmoreland Sugar, training\ \ ; ((6)) science; and (7) Prices Good While They Last!
library and music.
housekeeper! at Holiday Inn In Dean Brown.
tEXTILE MOVING Starke, and as housekeeper 9th race 300 yards O. J. Teachers In each departmentwill
To New Location and dietician at Doctors. Hos- Murrhee Florida Colleen, David have a specific period
pital for three! years. Pate. Adro Brown Star, set 'aside for planning. For e"- WESTINGHOUSE
138 E. CALL Mrs. DeVoe has taken cour- Dean Brown. ample, all the science teachers
OUTLET ses at the University of Flor- 10th 220 might have their planning per-
rase.:! yards-Jim Davis .
Old Mitchell Drug ida and Loyola University in Benny Leo Bobbv Pate. iod set for the third hour. of AUTOMATIC WASHERS

Store Building Loulsana, receiving certificates Joe R., Mako, Greg Woods. school.
224 N. TEMPLE
Principal Ralph Digxs said
in ,
phvslolony, orientation 11th race Va!co Forsyte,
and budpet'ng.' She also completed Hollv Mom Van Prescott. Bob- this would 'give the ,teachers
2 CYCLE
White, Flat. And Fitted the Dale Carnegie course, by Pate, Sue, Bobbv Pate. an opportunity tt(> work togetherand -;--= __ PREWASH AND
with certificates in human relations would also give the department ::AREGULAR! WASH
Percale Bed Sheets 1.50 and effective speaking. 12th race, 300 yards Adro head an opportunityto
-
-
She Is a member of the Hospital Brown Star, Dan: Brown. Jim assist teachers with their r A REGULAR PRICE $199.50
Auxiliary and the First Davis, Benny Leo, Bobby Pate. planning.For ::
Solids, Prints And Floral Made To Sell for $5.89 Christian Church. example, Dins said the
The DeVoes have three children 13th race-June Prescott. Go department head might say to I : w
No-Iron Sheets $2.25Ex. : Captain Smith DeVoe-, Sugar Go, Van Prescott Vasco an Inexperienced teacher, "Do Price------$166.O0. ;:\\ ;"
- Forsyth Starke Dude, Greg worked ;
stationed at Fort Bras! Texas, you have your plans \
and who will return for his sec Wood out for tomorrows classes? ,

Large. White, Pink, Yellow, Blue -Velvet Finish ond tour In Vietnam in October -- 14th race 300 yards Adro Let's see them." If the teacher i:\.: POUNDS, HEAVY DUTY -
; Sp-4 Denton DeVoe who Brown. Star: Dein does not have plans ready, the ,
Brown. Joey ; *? WITH WATER SAVER
BATH TOWELS - 97c has also served In Vietnam and Bennett. Red, Van Prescott. department head would assist ::
who Is now stationed at Fort Over 70 horses the teacher In getting them, f REGULAR PRICE $219.50
Cone's Mills 100% Cotten Emb. Made To Sell Ord, Calif.; and a daughter' than 400 spectators ran.cheering with more the ready. W I'' ,
for $13.98 To $22.95 Mrs. Celeste Rowe, of Stal'keu..u. winners on. The courses have also been

;,.,.,...................,...,...,.................'.-'.-......................... .... ....u.__.__........ set up so that many classes Sale Price - $188.00
BED SPREADS $3.98 TO $5.98 ':: ;;;;;;::::::::::::;v.:;sY}7v. :;:<<'{}}::':vnr::'::'-:'-:'-:;:;:;:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: within a department will be

King Size Flat White Fitted .Whlte, Color Prints 'Ii. Marine Wounded : held example at ,the three same history period.classes For PUSH BUTTON DELUXE, WATER SAVER, PERMANENT

SHEETS $3.00. $4.00 are scheduled< fr the third per- PRESS AUTOMATIC SCALES SAVES

A 21-year-old Marine from being made to determine whether iod.Diggs WATER AND DETERGENT
WHITE RUGS Bradford County Is in the Gain- the doctors will operate. explained ,why this
THROW esville Medical Center after 'being could help the teacher and the
TOWELS shot Tuesday night in a Lawrence COnnell who runs student.:: One of the three REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE
HAND 69e-UP Lake Butler tavern.In the Union County Bar, was teachers for these classes may
15c each charged with aggravated as- be particularly knowledgeable. $259.00
Assorted! Colors the hospital Is Sgt. Donald sault after Carter was shot on and enthusiastic about the antebellum $233.00
Wash Clolhes S1 Doz And Sizes Carter son of the Russell!! Car- the premises\ South.
ters. He is stationed at Cecil Union County Sheriff John The three classes would meet -' '
y 'i :
Field. Whltehead quoted Connell assaying together while this part cl history .
Bath Towels 35c .ea. Others 2 for $1 he tried to evict Carter was being studied and : u hto
Sgt. Carter's wife said he from fie bar becausa he had this enthusiastic teacher would I
MEN'SWork was shot one time and that the become disorderly. Connell was teach all three classes. The (i ti
Bath Mat Sets Clothes bullet entered his right side further quoted as saying he other two teachers would as- J4
and is lodged near his back- had also have timeto ;
a pistol In his hand at the sist and: would
$1.49 Up bone. time and that it accidentallywent plan to teach area! where
$1.49 & $1.99
off, wounding Carter. they are particularly good.
Assorted Colors PER SUIT She told The Telegraph Wednesday "We hope this will give the
morning that tests are Connell Is free under $1,250 teachers an opportunity to

. . . . . bond. teach what they like best and iII s et
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best, and we hope the teach 4 a'
.
THE REFRIGERATORS
er's enthusiasm will rub elf) on

It's Your Choice. And It's Your the students," Diggs comment. #' OUT TO

Privilege To Vote.. For ed."We have made every effortto i 'I" MAKE ROOM FOR

design curriculum to meet I & .. .ll1Tth 1 NEW MODELS
=
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Whom Ever You Please. the needs of every student,"
e. the principal said, and be :

\1, pointed out that a number of -- 1'' JUST LOOK AT
Cott' new courses have been addedto
BUT REMEMBER. :
eteira9b nOSe this end L'0 1 THE SAVINGS
\'e The new courses are: ad-
at ti',eta14e9v I 0 9\'" vanced writing and research;

A Vote For one spelling; journalism and vocabulary; ,speech enrichment dramatics .- 19 Ft. Double Door Deluxe

., W 'ieaseJIMMY (the dramatics portionis Refrigerator Frost Free, "EG. PRICE SALE PRICE

C1 C new); pratical math and Shelves $419.00 $344.00
\" pratlcal English (these courses Adjustable - -
Ccoil os."e "' "'* are designed to help those students -
ww., .O : '\ who are below their 19 Ft. Side By Side With Ice
\1\g m ottotGetela grade level in these areas);
crab 0'9'91fI Maker. Deluxe Interior, All

n\\0" ,,110 .., tI>e e d)1 :}:.::}:}::}}:}::.}:.}:::-::::t:;:::::::;:::::;::s::::::::<;:::::::::::::;.-:::: Frost Free - $499.00 $388.00
\- 't'i1Cv.e 01\
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Ct!C1 :\\ eta &'t.9o't.e 'i1e\.co.'a.e: ov STATEMENT GIVENBY
1t I 1\\C t
; \t.'t'Y.e" 0\ oqI r15e's9'Z\ -.1"a btio'eS: 11. et'e +die sspos RICHARD LEE
I / & eotaoS t'beCA,04. pet i "yl c L1>t Utnefi fI -.ese4; '
: ;;r.o, ptY Correction:: : In reference to iH* *",
b11c S4 1t' jttlll'
vo'lei'1o1e oS t.&e aett4 _t, co \_i last week's article: "Trio
\ t o \ ." 1)) &to'te Charged With Robbery," there
1\e s I
i aetoa of ( eoo were several printed errors
1\e e\01\-'Y.fS. 0p.. I : BANKAMERICARD.I :

'r 1)c\ \'\,:v.co\\ + ,\e e\\ o\fl\1\g 1\e map You Name It! which manager were not Richard stated Lee.by sta.tion He it -

'3>' cn\y ovvoco e. "A Conflict of Interest And- vain did not, nor was take he God's at name anytime in
'JpI !
\ ?*:: or Personal Gain At near the getaway car. The car f !
:c Who's Expense? You Pay Your was parked some 100 feet from
II IIYf.
Councilmen To Look After Your the edge of tha station pave I fl
BOWENs Affairs Are They Doing It ment.-(signed) Richard Lee. !r

To Your Satisfaction? TERMS TO FIT a
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YOUR BUDGET

Five Local Drivers llli..;! ;i1t311f19t'!! w

Get Safety AwardsFive


Is A Vote For A Man Who Will Look After Your Interest' Prices Good While
In All City Affairs '-
It's Your Money That Operates The drivers for McKenzie They Last! -
City Of Starke, And It's Tank Lines In the Brooker
Your Money That Pays Your Coun oilmen are received awards at the l -
company's annual Safe Driving

Awards banquet held recent) 18 Ft. Frost Free Giant
m laiiatiassee. They were:
Are You Satisfied? Art Qulcksall. terminal man- Adjustable Shelves 7 Day REG PRICE SALE PRICE
V. C.Robinson,five years'ot
ager;
accident free driving; PaulO. Meat-Keeper - $369.00 $299.00
Prescott two years; CliftonN.

Starke Needs A Working Man To Look .. Williams Prevatt one, one year/ear.;andErnestB. 16 Ft. Deluxe Frost Free,

Automatic Ice Maker - $389.00 $329.00

Each recipient of the American ,
Trucking Assn. Safe Driving -

After Your Interest .nundrq Award J thousand driver: miles more a than year.a

The McKenzIe excellent Tank safety Lines record drivers of SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES!

Qualified -- Capable.Sincere enabled the company to'wt.1 national -
recognition taking second 332 W. Madison St. Phoo 947701.Japanese
place In the American
(Pd P.I. AdV.) Trucking Xssn. safety con-
3QOCK test In the 10 to 15 million
miles class.
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''Jax: Jaycees



To Plan CaribbeanThe Fall Cruise /i/i = ri'H, fa

.

.' havu announced a pubic Jacksonville!: serve plans to Jaycees project undertake ( I fl ii 11 Ii &if ii

for the second consecutive year ..
I that will make a Caribbean vacation \ < VfViillllJIK1 '
! I
_/ cruise available to the 0 JYAAU \-
! public, the only regular public I
sailing of a cruise ship from
the port of Jacksonville.

Designed as a civic projectto
bring cruise ship sailings
back to Jacksonville on a reg-
ular basis the Second Annual

I, Jaycee Ariadne Cruise will depart SEEf E
directly from Jacksonville
ti *. on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 11,
I : ; sailing to the Caribbean ports
, *s of San Juan, Puerto Pico and St.I .
, Thomas in the Virgin Islands

& returning to Jacksonville Sun- ".........O4... OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
' day morning, October 19. The .............

jr eight-day vacation cruise will
' ar j be aboard the 454-foot luxury
? liner S/S Ariadne, which is
S air-conditioned and meets allr.U. USDA "CHOICE" WHOLE NEW YORK
S. safety standards. All W-D Brand U. S. CHOICE
'.' cabins on the Ariadne have prt-
I : vate baths, and the ship's passenger -
I -;; facilities Include swimming Cut To Your
pool night club, casino
& bar, a dance band, nightly entertainment Specifications
/ professional golf
j instruction, trap shooting, and
I tournament and party bridge. FRff.

I John Cavanagh, president of a
2 the Jacksonville Jaycees stated
*? that the civic organization'si :

I public service cruise project
'$ would provide residents with rv
; the advantages of not having iG ; 6. $ 1
ft to travel to and from Miami
J to make a Caribbean cruise

i with the consequent savings in
? time, effort, and expense that a
*, Jacksonville cruise would make lerSTEAKS

J. possible.
2O-25 4 J: j 4
"Fares will be no higher
than those of similar sailings
V from Miami and other Florida f s
t ports," Cavanagh said, "and ROASTS LB. AVERAGE
'
1 will Include all meals entertainment -
V' the services or cruise
; directors both aboard ship andS Cut To Your Specifications FREE! 'sue
In port, and the use of the shipas Quantity, Rights ReservedPrices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday Aug 21-27
the passengers' hotel while W'NN.D''E' TOUtS" INC. COPYRIGHTle.e'

; in port. USDA CHOICI W-D BRAND CORN FED
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FID 12-ec. TENDER SLICED

", Arrangements American Travel will be handled CHUCK ROAST 56 CALIF. ROAST. 99< COOKED

/ by Inc., adivislonoftheAmerican Services LB. HAM.$1.39
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED
d !National; Bank of Jacksonville, QUAMTIR SMOKID(SLICED FOR CHOPS) GRADS 'A" QUICK FROZIN


.S.',. Jaycees Jacksonville acting as, official 604 Fla.Hogan agent 32202 Street for telephone the- CHUCK: STEAK. 18. 79 PORK LOIN . 1B. 99 LEG !RTERS. 29<

< 335-2638.: Fla. Grade A- BOB WHITI RIOULAR W-D BRAND LIAN(Tlbi. $ )

v' hand'ed"All .reservations will bet Fryers Ib. .33C SLI. BACON. 79* GR. BEEF. 5 "*. $2.89
first on servced a first basis-,"come Cav-, . . .

J anagh said, "and should be made
as soon as possible."
f

z- RAIVIADA ASTOR "ALL
GRINDS"
I In The Comely. Judge' Court.
"- Ui-iiUli.ril louui>', ywrldn.lu
: Prob/ltU
S in he: .l::: tate of EM1L JIBT-.
; Ea,'a-K.a JLMiL: ;Sit:.fctt. teceuaed -

,..., FIXAI. NOTICE n
F Xotc! 1 is hereby Kl\n that I
/ the uiiderslsneci' on tli* OOUi lay I
at July. A. 1?. Urns. filed a flrl I
'. accounting Its clminlsiratl.. l
r ct Ui* estate or Lmll:" I Meyer, aka A
,4 i Cmil: Mater. de raced, and OTr
notice Is !luither 11'"Ken that
r; alter puWUntlun of tills notice.
once. each! uieU fin' four "nsrcutHe -
p_ wicks, application H'.nurul.le" will County be THIS IS THE LAST
ma'!* to the
.-, Judge or Iliadfurd Count, Hor- LBe
":, approval ol snld ai:-
1 WEEK TO COMPLETE I' '
iuunflntf and tor final it the undirisigntd' as Executor:
oL Said eatale.' CAN
FLVIIU.1. \To--\L DAXIC OF YOUR DINNERWARE SET
1.. JAi-KVJ.NMLLU.' ;; )Executor of.
':'' the U tat-. of limoley'ar: akailirill
;=; Mtler, Lintaseil. Limit 1 with a $5.00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes.
J, Tlioropfcon. Jr.
13> Fred DITIROINT GIANT.limit 1 D.t.rgent of choice w/$3. or moreporcha.aclciy.! .
bfltuFI1 "
40 Tl'utt!
Q 'at l'uhl1shed on: Aug 7, Ql. KRAFT SALAD DRESSING 20-oc. HUNTS

1969, S.7 It 8.28 CHEER..59 MIRACLE WHIP 49* CATSUP
4 .3/$ 1.
.: .1. ARROW OIANT..llmitl D.r.rp.MO/chale.w/Sl.ormonyurehfo..itLCig.. . . . .
Ot. DEIP SOUTH SALAD No. 303 Can LISSY'S CS OR WK

IOTI'F.: OF SlirltlFFl.K nl>'(-n that I, DETERGENT. Hr.49< *
Is hereby < :
of DRESSING 39
sheriff GOLD CORN
P U Itfldish. a 5/$1.
Y Uradf'iO County.. 'I"'I, Idtt, underand : . . . . .
t h'Irlu. of \\rltot Lxe- 48-01. ASTOR J4-OE. DIXII .
DARLING BUTTIRMIIK 3B-o CHile All FLAVORS No Return BottUs

Wv'J\ Claliim cut 1.1111011 lon otirt"J-wll'I..ued of: llradfrril nut ot Count Smeller COOKING OIL. 69 BREAD. 2/49 SOFT
DRINKS.
Jo.-. Ju.<>"Florida emnt pursuant for Town to HnanrCompany a Final e . . . . . 5/$1.
:::. of htarke of >Ita rke,

...',:y' of\cr SOU'lurlila.collection.).20 diltndant and t'lirtther, .hi the with am the unit costs of- MORTON ALL FLAVORS CREAM .j iM.* HARVEST FRESH WHITE SEEDLESSPIE

; Hare seln'l. and have In my
nnrmnHnn the f a::. l luay|irs..nul, IMjmoiith property. sport to-wit Miry.Duor ,I :, 2
.r Hardf p Sedan White In
color 1'iOft-l: TO Florida TUB: No
:, 4'AV-11 I5. ".rial .No P4561701U,
.
..
Title N. : 6 GRAPES
.. AN th Vr''i'. Ity. of the above
naimtl, defendant\ and tha' on
..0. .Mr.mlav, Hit vth day of Septem-
.:.., bar 1'iO'J I:/'; nt \\.1 l'e ,,'dock'on; SE
on ._aid l ,lavn the pn-mlfc "f
the ruadfoid 1 County Jail I. 1 will
.:.. olfr for sale end sell to the,
', hlgheet bidder! for ci' eb In hand
: the al.o\c; dr rlbe.l; property ofnnl.1
defendant. to satisfy thee
e.
.' ator'Siild "ix -tutlon.
'::-0' !'. r> 'IKddivh. Sheriff
liradfoid, County. Florida:


4 In T'he ('nlln'-" Judge'8.1. .4t Court g.2g.

tb.In"..Anil. fur. UrnUIurd Couuly. 4 '

IS 1111 .. FOR12ot. 4-
ramie 01 Kn.." G nnncnn
6. 1J.d.1" N LBS.'
!:
\: "' F: OF PilonT.1
=' Tn1..". IM II-OXH: I\'Il KIIF.1TM. -
: I" 'IIIK KSTXIK OKID"
111':4.: ":IJI:"'1',
Y'.u'aro hereby notified thatwrltttn a
'l InBtriimfnt purportinr to
be the. l-a Will and Te ,amntor 3-lb. Bag FROZEN FRENCH FRY
avid deceased hat been a1tnlttcd Con ASTOR ORANGE
J!!: In thlt t-oiirt lAKGI FRISH STALKS
to proLate 111.1 *

-:/rr' within of the You this date are"Ix Notice;nf calendar hereby the to firm) appear monthii commanded publication. In from this M' WHIP DESSERT. . .VI.EffiTjMS : .Yy. :89 CELERY . 2/39* POTATOES 10 BAG LB. 89

If any .
: Court and nhrnv cause Moat Loot COOKIN' BAGS
action o.f. this U.S. No. I YltlOW U.S. No. 1 REGULAR
why the
b you Court probate can.in should admitting not ald stand will' un-to TOPPING..39MEATS 4/l. ONIONS..3 49 POTATOES 10 BAS 69

I rtvr.lked . . -

I Thernn County; AJ.2.WBIn And For FIRST OF SEASON PRUNE 6 PACK ESKIMO HARVEST FRISH OA. RID SWIIT JUICY CALIFORNIA

.,P j. Bradford County-, Florida 3.:1 PLUMS .4LBs.I. DIET BARS 2/$1. PEACHES 6 Las. $1. NECTARINES3 Las. $1.


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FOR EVERY I ONI JAR NCSCAFCInstant oNeteo.. O".WO..NO.. ... A 1 I I I I
(h1 : : ;I Glad Wrap J I Coffee I W Nestle'Quiek ;I OC Ol* GuaN FltOZSNTurkey I rou+ I R.. onus we[ :; r
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EXTRA
!f EXENTRA
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:: GLASS CO. tl' : : :1' "".. COOK OUIK' :'I' !.. .
vita 1O
f: MICH TWO ""0. aO1D NINO e' ONE 7.OX LTSOk :. LB.FKa'
r 372-4115 372-4311 ; : LJChocolate Eclairs : ;I Onion Rings : ( Veal Steaks : J I Disinfectant ;I Ground O KAMO Beef Ground W O .IANO I
till N.Vy. 4th Place Yr : AU. 27 u ;t,I.:: GOOD TH"U AYG. a7 : ,,:: aooo THUO : ::wS:: GOOD THRU AUO. 27 .:: I JC Beef :
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Our etJIforiat. Hampton. Now In 77th Year; Chamber Post


Timber Important To EconomyBy

Still Vacant Letters to u.SMAILr


Mrs. D. E. Hill in demand, ,as railroads expanded \
As a municipality Hampton
Is in through Florida and) a cr:3s- "' the Editor r-
now Its 77th :year May 30, Mac Baldwin' Chamber pre-
1893 was :the date of the pub itle mill was located southwestpf ident elect and head of the

lished naives> to form an incorporated tht railroad. In this same selection committee, said he

town known as Hampton \' area a little later. Waymer's has Interviewed several appli- "
i barrel stave mill was located, cants. One applicant which was

Incorporated limits v\sre\ de- shipping staves to Palatka and accepable to the local Chamberhad Dear Mr. Matthews: 14 letter to the editor written

An MeetingIf scribed as: "Beginning/ at a Hastings for :sacking>> potatoesand tentatively accepted the job by William H. Summer of the
.
Important point where Lake Navarre Avenue cabbages for Shipment. but went to Perry when the I would like to take this opportunity New Englander Motel protestIng -

and the Florida Central & Turpentine was big business! salary otter was $2,000 higher ; to discuss our city the construction of a slaughter

the widespread interest that has Peninsular Railroad cross! ,each "In the Hampton vicinity for Baldwin reported. council which Is trying to house within the city limits:
In order to do such work the and cups attachedto bring Industry to Starke. I
already been aroused in this area is any other and extending west half; many years 'ihe Chamber's; top post has This is not the first thing
property owner must submit a requestto a mile north half mile east. trees for collecting gum been vacant since the resigna- am sure the council members Mr Summers has protested. A
indication of what to thena
any : expect, the State and obtain a permit, which half mile and south half mile, were a familiar sight now tion of Peter J. Novak In May. realize that there are many few months back he tried to
record turn-out should attend the hard to find.A ways to brtng Industry to
can be a time-consuming and expensive making the limits one m.U.8; Baldwin said however, he have a hone show( for children
Starke but the best is Indus-
public hearing that has been set for '' story was told to me sevsr- had two ,
square. Interviews set stopped because of his childish
matter, involving surveys of the pro- "Yackee" up. try itself. Industry brings more
Wednesday, Aug. 27, at the Keystone There were 22 votes for incorporation al years ago about: 'a In other action the Gov- whim.
industry. I would like to the
and other technicalities. local. say
Heights municipal building and city perty and four ,against. The who bought some he acreage would make ernors: council members are all Does Mr. Summers realize I

park. There is so much confusion and so first town officers were: Mayor, ly, thinking fast on turpentine, but -- Agreed to host 40 Santa optimists and this is what that Starke.. primarily an
T. D. Lewis; Aldermen J. T. money Fe Junior Starke needs.Wherever agricultural city? For this mason -
College instructorsat
little knowledge'of the State laws
The meeting has been called to get gov- Bunch Jap Allen, J. R. Williams neglected to ask the proper way a luncheon Aug. 12 after alone (plus many others)
erning such waterfront'property that and W. N. Blanton; Clerk, to work the tress. He figured house will bene-
all heads together and try to bring they toured the Bradford Middle the optimist erits. the slaughter
some semblance of order out of the the time has come to thrash the matterout R. W. Cameron, and Marshall, tapping the pines was, just like!! School which will be used there is always the pessimist fit Starke.
faucet, the stcry
so that puzzled property owners J. L. Sasser. turning en a cum 4 1U p.m. each Monday and for the past few months a On the radio every day Ton
confusion resulting from state out
a new will know just what the laws are, and !In 1923 the Florida legislature goes and carefully hung and Thursday this year big cloud pessimism\has been hear about "Starke -The Progressive J!

law making bulkhead regulations, pre- what can and cannot be dune under the approved: the abolishment of the .Ills cups. No( one told him the for freshman college classes. pouring forth from the New englander City" Well how can I
viously applicable only to salt water "Town of Hampton." and the sap runs only during its season Motel and spreading city progress with certain Ignorant :'
properties, now apply likewise to fresh present regulations.We establishment of the City of ,and he gave up before the year -- Accepted the restoration of itself over Starke. The latest people always protesting '

water lakes and streams. also need to know whose Hampton.: In giving the terri- was out. and was back North Dr. T. G. Hitch who has being the objection toa slaughter progress? ,
respon- moved his to Jack-
again before the right :time practice house being located In our
torial boundrles. the city beganat If Mr. Summers does not like i
Adding to the confusion, is the fact sibility it is to fix bulkhead lines so a point where Lake Navarre quitting before he \should have sonville. city. I was recently informedthat the way the city is run, let him j,

that the State, through its Internal that developers who have started Ave. and the Seaboard Air Line started and leaving the stubborn the only purpose the pessimist leave and find a place where \
dredging and filling operations in this natives laughing up their -- Received word: from Straw- serves is to make the
Improvement Fund Board, claims title Railway cross each other berry Queen Linda Thomas of he can be happy and willing to i
'area will know just where they stand noting the change of names> of sleeves.In optimist mad so that we can give his share. He doesn't seem ,i
to the lake bottom all Jacksonville that she will appear
) navigable
o me- the last few years the de. really get things done. Mr.
whether they ahead with the railroads since the 1893 to be adding much here. 'j,
may go In the Florida Crown Beauty
andered lakes in the state UP TO pulpwood, Summers gives
THE
for only
their improvements whether charter. | mand has risen Pageant one exam- I mentioned above obiter! rea- >
HIGH WATER MARK. This means or they The/ law was signed by the 'With plywood and paper'! pro- ple of an unattractive situation sons that 'the slaughter house }

that the owner of what was previously must undo what they have already Governor on June 11, 1925. ducts demanding more and -- Discussed plans for the which occured in a subur: of would benefit Starke. Some of 4'!

considered waterfront does done. Forests Important more of the pulp th-jy're madeof. forthcoming Oct. 11 Calf Scram- Boston: and he doesn't say how these Include bringing business! ,
property
timber- ble. many years ago that happened
of cut
not actually own the 'beach along the Invitations to the meeting next Hampton's economy over the Replanting renewing of the In a suburb of Boston. into Starke helping the city by "
been closely tied in lands Insures taxes and utilities using i
has Its
:years !
waterfront if the Like level below Wednesday have out -- Referred references to a
drops to all inter-
gone supplY. and It Is hard: to say
with the forests with which it I stagnant land and providing: a >
the high water mark. Acting: on ested parties property form of the wood may be new physician to the local Med- am not saying the pessi-
owners, mem- i if surrounded. One of the earli ;what ical Association. mists don't have their place for local residents to take
this premise, employees of some State bers of the house and senate, members: est reports on this part of the in demand next. they da. but If the day city because their livestock and save money I Ion
;
agencies have actually stopped ownersof of the Game & Fish Commission, and !county tells of Simon Temple's The B. T. Thomas sawmill -- Voted for the Chamber to council is of the caliber and selling it. r

waterfront property on Lake Geneva the IIF Board, County (Commissionersin sawmill at 'Thurslon (where began operating in the 1940's.employing sell fair booth spaces and as optimistic as I believe them If people would stand behind

and other meandered lakes in the area Clay and adjoining counties and Highway' 221 crosses the railroad many people from fair book ads for the 1970 Brad- to be, they will not let this one progress this city would have I.|
from headed for 301)) along in the Hampton area. A few years ford County; Fair. The Chamberwill have his day. it. ;
clearing or otherwise improving others who would like to. see this mat- the 1870's. ail,: the mill was sold and now receive a commission from Sincerely yours (Signed) A citizen interestedin t

their beaches. ter settled once and for all. About the turn. of the century: operates as the Mutual Lum- the Fair Association. Joseph N. Warren progress for the City of

If this interpretation of the law Plans are being made to keep _the railroad crosstles .were muchFarmers ber co. Dear Sir: """ Starke. Ken :Manning. f

holds true, then the owners of lots on meeting on an orderly basis, so that In reference to the August

meandered lakes do not actually own everyone will have an opportunity to Diarysmoking f

their lake front from the high water have his say and spectators may ask r

mark out into the lake. The State, questions of the State oficials who will I
being waged by health
which claims the lake bottom, can nowstop be there to explain the laws and vari. department The need was for a dramatically county fire authorities, and all the while I Power Loss Seen I

such property owners from mak- 'ous regulations. reported by Harry Green chiefof cities are watching the tax rev-

ing alterations of any nature to their the B. C. Volunteers, at a enue produced by tobacco so
beaches, which would include if the It is hoped that a representative county commission meeting recently the situation is normal all foul

letter of the law is adhered to turn-out of property owners will attend in that earlier that morn- I ed up. In Small CountiesThe
mowIng .
the tobacco barn owned by
meeting and take advantage of Ing a I
( pulling weeds, filling up holes, or this Calvin Ward had been destroyedby y We went to Jacksonville last
opportunity to help clear
smoothing down bumps, or any type of up a flames. Green admitted tint weekend and helped Sam's
fill work. etc.Tfie. confused and complex situation. when the volunteers get In oper- mother celebrate her 89th 1970 session of the newly formed Department of

ation they may not be able to birthday and marveled again at Florida Legislature will seea Social and Rehabilitative Services -

save a barn or a house but the fact that a person can keep reorganization of the House he said will have 23,000
that they will be able to reduce By Sam McGarveyover going, when younger personsare down to 80 members and the employees and accountfor more

'the damage done. complaining about their Senate to 36, thus sharply reducing than half the budget.
Nixon Welfare aches and pains. But as some- the influence of small Shaw cited what he saw as
ProgramPresident the actions of state off-
The new dtfparment tryingto invad- one said at the party, the year North Florida counties Rep. the progress of the Divisionof
raise money for equipment icers who are allegedly 1880 must have been a vintage Gene Shaw has predicted.The Corrections since the 1961
and Green said that the first ing the property rights of a year to produce a person like 1969 Legislature was session of the Legislature: whenit
number of residents. A show-
.1.0-.. 1 solicitation brought in about Sam's mom who keeps ongoing compased of 119 House mem- was created. The new sM-
$400 and that another appeal down meeting on the controversy like the Old Gray Mare, except bers and 48 senators. the division, he Indicated
i Nixon continues to con- does. I, ''for,funds will be made short- is scheduled for next Wed- that she hasn't as many gray Placing: many, of North ..Florida' paces too much financial powerin

found those who attempt to guess' hi Under the ly. All those living aroundthe nesday night at the municipal hairs on her head as her son current problems'at the the hands of the goernor'Iappointee
Nixon all
proposed plan in and
which direction he is moving to the perimeter of Starke,who are building Keystone Heights Sam. door of House Speaker Fred James Bax rather
to the left straight applicants for benefits, who are not presently without any means of that confrontration between the Schultz of Jacksonville.'whom than make this power subjectto 1 1Let's
perhaps
right, or and the
already working, will be required to fire protection, can help safe- state men property own On the way to Jar, we not- the called "the mad German' the scrutiny of elected Cab-
down the middle. register with the Employment Service. guard their property by contrib ers is bound to be Interesting Iced a 301 highway planting of Shaw told the Lake Butler Rotary inet officials.

If we listen to a group of liberal Applicants who are able to work must uting to the volunteers who may to say the least.. what we call pampas grass, Club the new make up will Shaw also took time to scold
at some time repay that dona- just north of Maxvllle which is give Dade and other metropolitan members of governing bodies
Republicans or spokesmen for the Dem- either: accept training, or employment, From what we have learned
tion a thousand times by put- in bloom now and 'has plumesof counties vastly more power several area counties who
ocratic left, then it will appear that Mr. or lose their portion of the famijy/s/ ting out a fire. about the dispute so far line the white flowers and is a very than they have recently gained. blamed the state for the
of bulkhead ata
Nixon is turning sharply to the right. benefit. setting high water a mark or at a low pretty sight We also saw some Under the predicted formula, tight financial squeeze in which
Just as others did we watched orange-colored lilies along the Dade would probably loso only they have found themselves.The .
But listen to the president's strong But this mandatory requirement to the. hurricane ad/.series list water level and is a It very is complicated highway that wera Interesting, five of its present 22 mem- State House member said

supporters and it appears that he is take a "suitable" job or lose the federal neeiuuia roping that Camille that affair this thing rock our guess along but could not examine them bers, or 23 per cent, In the they forgot to mention higher
benefit will presumably would not hit anywhere in this may closely because we did not feel new House while much smaller county salaries and a greater
carefully balancing his political appeal require
case for some time and not be settled
vicinity and bring flooding rains up to wading a ditch to get at counties stand to lose number of employees on the
but actually leaning more to the lib- work on an elaborate scale and will be and high winds. At the time of until done so by court action them. "about 100 per cent" Shaw payroll while citing new expen-

eral side than toward the political conservatives expensive to administer. The program writing, another storm(Debbie) possibly all the way up to the U. said In explanation of his statement ses imposed by the state. Actually -

who' elected him. also assumes that jobs :will be availableor is far out at sea and apparently S. Supreme.Court.. Labor Day is coming up soon Shaw declared, the Leg-

created for all who need them and headed this way so we won'tbe and Sam can hardly wait for It Effects of this plus /gains in islature has given them a much
The tobacco markets have
In announcing his proposed new wel- that training classes for able to relax until the 'cane closed here and should because at the end of that week, other Urge counties he said, larger share of racetrack rev-
unemployed season Is over with. growers he will take off for a three- will the large counties taxes than
fare program, Mr. Nixon seems to give enue and gasoline
applicants will be set and have been extremely pleased
up transportation
week vacation down at Indian than the
even greater power ) they formerly shared
have combined both the liberal and the
have
with the high they
prices
provided to those needing it. Speaking of storms, one is Rock Beach on the Gulf wherehe won under the most recent reapportionment -
conservative elements, further confusing brewing over Lake Geneva and received this year for their offerings plans to fish In the surf and

those who try to detect in which The basic aim of the Nixon program Santa Fe Lake over the "bulk- Meanwhile the tobacco to almost hope that nothing will)] According to Shaw the re-

direction he is moving.It work instead of a continuous hand head" law and the lakefront_ Industry is fighting back against, bite so that he can get a much apportionment could well come Eli Whitney,
the
campaign against cigarette
oat, is not exactly new. President John- property owners are aroused needed rest. even before the 1970 U. S. cen- inventor of the

is a bold new program, divided son denounced the existing "welfaremess" sus figures are made official. Cotton (tin i i ,

into four parts, and including for the in a message to Congress and r Power exists to bring this about should the lie fill reallyculled her

first time a "family assistance system" called for jobs rather than handouts.Sen. ". it's a woman'sBy SENIOR by census working dau' thatwouldholdgooduntil from preliminary of mass production
('ontniclinu
to cost billion at -
about.4 a year
the final count is made
the start, and a new system of revenue Robert F. Kennedy, during his CITIZENSThe the 16th district representativesaid. (:/ with the U.S.lovcrnment to.

sharing with the states, which will cost brief campaign for the presidency, fxtr1 J.w make 10.000

$1 billion the first year and rapidly, made jobs and job training and incen- A Shaw also ambasted the recent muskl'LsoiLh inLl't'hltn/l"hl".

increase thereafter. tives to work the key elements of his ., state aepartmental change tnat purls, taking/ I II years hl'started
Senior Citizens Club la a
welfare placed the Division of Corrections flings production ideas in 17M9./
Complete details of the program. Martha Sue McCain good place for all of the elderly under the thumb of Gov. The early lathe of Eli: Whitney
new programare of our county to spend a cheer- as well us Home :ao.000 other 1
still undisclosed but it is. predictedthe They, Hke President Nixon, realized County Extension ful afternoon twice a month. Claude Kird rather than historical items ore on display ut

plan would add some 12.4 million that the big problem is not the few Home! Economics Agent We meet on the second and under the State Cabinet as previously the Harold Warp" 1'ioneer Village
had been Om cma*. The in south central Nehraska.
poor people to the 10 million already abuses by lazy loafers or moral derelicts fourth Tuesdays.

under welfare programs. The basic fed- who take their welfare checks ANTIQUE POPULARITYYou SHRIMP: ICEBERG. SALAD Mainly our meetings are run ;_ .J..... iA C" .. 'C' .. -
eral benefit for a family of four wouldbe and spend them on whiskey or foolish can be proud of your an- Two ((3 oz.) packages lemon on Uw. light aide of things. In- tF

$1,600 a year, plus whatever the luxuries. The big need is to help those tlques even if you' make them lime gelatin. 2Mi cups boiling formation 1s given on necessary!

States may add, plus what the .family; men and women who have the desire yourself. Amateurs and professionals water 1 cup cold water. 1 ta things.: Otherwise we have fits
and the ability for sustained and alike are using Uu aim. blespoon vinegar. 1 cup cooked and games
can earn. use- pie methods of antiquing furniture develned shrimp. Va! cup thin
ful work, but are not sufficiently trained You can receive. copy of
developed by paint manu half-slices of cucumber, V4 cup
Emphasis will be placed on offering for today's highly skilled Senior Citizens News a new-
and sliced J
sophisticated facturers.The diced tomato( 2 tablespoons
incentives to work rather than paper published by the National
encour- job shredded -
opportunities.
about antiquing 2
nice thing green onion, cups
aging the recipients to loaf, which some Is It's easy and simple.! western iceberg lettuce. Council of Senior Citizens

critics say the present welfare system If President Nixon's program can ac. You apply the .specially developed Dissolve gelatin in boiling Washington D. C. This news.paper

compiish this, we wish it well. paints and glazes rght: over water add cold water and vine- on the. will national keep policy you up of to Social date

old finishes and paints that gar. Arrange ring of shrimp in
Security. Medicare and Medercaid. \.
have been conditioned. You can 6 cup mold; stand cucumber 60 Boding'' :
wipe off the glaze completelyand slices between shrimp. Pour
re-apply it. if you don't one-half cup gelatin mixture in Our meeting place Is the Ra* -

like your lust try. 6 cup mold; chill until firm. creation Center. Pratt St. It..
The Bradford County & Look at what the best manufacturers Chill hole of remaining gelatin kept nice and clean cool in the

.. are doing to new furniture until thick. Fold in remaining summer; warm In the winter. .
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED : and, v' T.vnt ".,,,II.,,". "f Staitf: 1i_ri Murln
: to make it look old Pieces shrimp cucumber, tomato Take this
advantage of great
1879 f'r i 9 A1hiBible are mechanically dj&tressecl: to 1 tablespoon onion. Turn Chill Into community facility Come and BOVTIMC: HULKS; ADD another, it iiiuii keep clear of the
look Hits. they have had yearsof shrimp-cucumber mold. meet new friends and perhaps SAFETY TO FUN slower boat.

( / wear. They 'are beaten with remaining gelatin until thick. some of your neighbors. It will Kecicational hay 5)) Similar lu automobile icgiil-i-
.
I can do all things In hint chains. bombarded with shotgun Fold la lettuce and; onion: pour ,give you something to look: forward phenomenally in boating the )ellIS since giown the lions, the pciion to the u.. .
asawusa I who strengthens me. pellets: hocked with files into mold. Chill 2 hours or un- to every two weeks and e'on"'orld War.ith mute ;im| right hat the right of WU)0\1:1111.\ .-..

(Phil 4:13)). and spattered. with dark :paintto til firm. Unmold on platter, hope we put a little fun in your mOil people on the water. lM>.atiuglegiilalioni sary, the opciriloi is runiiictl to.
FLORI A ESS God created us with infinite make. what appears to( be age garnish with lettuce leaves. life. 'liecainc. a necessity for low lo comply down with slop or Pits loeitc. hit tiara
marks and worm holes. For dressing; dilute 1 package Ixnli alel)' unit cnioottnt) regulation.
potential to be self-motivated, 4)I) lioalt le.uing slips; whuuc
ASS 0 T 0 N forward-looking positive. Some of these pieces of furn cream cheese with onefourthcup ( The next meeting is August the Basic to salel) on. the" safer: me or pieit have. no lighit I until .llieysue
"inlet
jf the nid.
( t
add a acioiding'
dressing 26
iture have a quality look as. of salad at the Center. Looking forward in open water I'luccccl withtautttn.
minded individuals. In looking to( the [\Inl'lldeIolon; :New !Ser
aocUted with the finest an- Ja h of 1111 weed and seasoned to seeing you. .
titc'Ihcsc.stics of the
beyond the mist of doubts, tiques.. salt Serves 8. -Joe Kerrigaa. bioad set of fedcial /guideline load me thai a 6)) With only one .exception a

fears, and anxieties, we will Start with an old piece of give a (Ill e.tiolt foi lulion, p.illiclllaily .iII"al has the light-of-wuy\ overpower ,
find and miraculous unit 'I I he only exLeplinn: it
new ways furniture and ;you can do> the ON DEAN'S LIST where thieat of collision mayexist.
E. L. MATTHEWS Edltor-PublMier the unlikely situation of 'Iillooillp".il1l111
II !
to use that inner power that same thing with less effort. July 31, 1792-The corner .
Published each Thursday and catered M Second. Five Starke students were on In addition the power iafl.i | .
from Do hesitate stone laid for the first to fullnwiag odes
Spirit. not was
comes Even your oldest chest may, not the Dean's List i) I risliing boats whether
at Florida State unthutcd -
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florid to minimize problems. Asunder be too ancient, stained. SCI etched building erected in The United University for the spring quarter. of the regulation load }ou should know ))11""uloial in.. nucleiwuy, with net,. bole

Act of March 3rd, 1870. we minimize the appearance ofBu'.eripUol1ln' or scarred Paint it .to: har- States for public use. the They were: Harold Bowen I 1)) \\'hen two boat uppioaihhead or trawls out, h.i\e, the light of 'w.iy.

trade area: 1 year $5.00; Outside negation, real opportunities monize with the room you want Unitcu States Mint: in Philadelphia John C. Hamilton Paul A.' Mc- on each skipper sleets lo the 7) Man) day In day. IxMling niliialiont .

I trade area: 1 year $3.30 for growth progress and success to use it in. Then add the glaze Penna. Leod. Linda D. Ogleaby and right or itarboaid mid the loft du not 1 he ioine untwer under hen writtenSegstlattolrs'I is imple
become revealed. and finish it to your taste Barbara S. Barfcsdale. paw port side to( poi ride -
2)) When one boat i'j overtaking. common seine and boating
AUG. 21 1969 tout tcsy.
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...... J Fiori"... within .lx calendar IN IticiEstate address of the claimant, & shall which they may have aKnlnst FIRST PUBLICATION: : July 81, Will to probate annum not stand file anv claims or demand
months from the date. of the : of l.tCHKTIA: II. GREEN be sworn to by the claimant, mild estate In the Office of the 1969. 7-31 4t 8-21 which they may have n.Ralnitnalil
About first piihllratlon of thin ..otl..... lJe"........... his agent, his attorney and any County Judge of Bradford Coun- "TUEUON: A. YAWN: county ?.tnte In the office of the>
Each claim or rtpninml muKt be 1Pit0111'rE such claim or demand not vo ty, Florida, In the Courthouse In The ('o.t'J.lOllCe';;; fnnrt Jud.... In anti for Bradford Coun County .Imlpe! of Pradfonl, Coun-
In vrltlnir nod filed In dnnllente. TO ALL l'l'(>IIH AND PER. filed shall be void at Starke, Florida within sixcalendar Of Bradford County Florida ty. Florida.\ tv. Flnrliln. In the Courthouse
Colored CitizensNOTICE and must state the plar SON ii.vvixa ('1.A 1 11" oil it'- JULIAN M. GREENE As ad- months from the date In Proltnte '\0... 1-1(171 Dyun..ta: Andrews In atnrkn Flrrldn. within sic! :
of renlil.. and rfflre ads ItI.\\OS AUAIM-tT: ", "s.W' &.*- mlnlMtrator of the Estate of of the first publication of this IN: HKi Estate of ClerkF.r'nFNi9 calendar month f'n1th... date
nce poet* TATS An executor of the I.a.tVIII and notice. Each claim or demandmust NK1.I. II. .\M: >HKW3.l : F. SHAW of the first publication of thin
r dr mi of the rlalmnnt. hl" agent You and each of you are hereby Testament of LUCKETIA. be In writing and l must >e<*ennvil. 142 Went Cnll Str.4\t.\.'vW'.41",.O'r,,,. notice, Each rlnlm or demandmust
.... or his torn<>v. or It will become notlflud and required' to prnaent OHICI-X, deceased state the place of reslel..nrend NOTICE OF. Piion Tn Starlce. Florldn" f\ :: 1 he In writing and must
--.v. void necnrdlngr to 'law. any claim and demandswhich First Publication 7-31 11109 post office address of the claim: 'TO ALL PKS1 .O\ August 6, IflRfl you or I you 7-31 4t 8.21 ant and l moat be sworn to by the w.n iTIIH IHTATK OF SUB FIRST PlDLIC.T"JulJ31.. / post. office ndrtress of the claimant
Robert Daniel MagrvarlAilmlnltrnfo ) may have affalnnt th:1'80t t of claimant, his agent or his attorney : ulc'IDlvriYou : ' 1969 he to
r,1i ; and sworn
must
All citizens who are eligible nf the J"tate; LCCUUT1.V H. ORL : deceased In The County .....he..'* Court or It will l. become void acCorIInR are hereby notified thata ...; ......... the claimant Ms nvent. or hi.a.uorn..v. .
to vote are asked to please of Mar .ret Alfle Thornton luta of Bald c'uunty,, to tha O( llrmlforil (roomy, FlorlUn. to law.EUOENB }o'. SHAW written Instrument piirnrrtln In The County tJtAscf'm eIM.rt.In or It will become void
lie ,
of Bradford County to the I..t Will nf NELL R
Judge .
register to vote In the coming By Oerme H T>| rpeAttornev County Ill Probnteo.: 1-1U71 142 Went Call Street Anil fur llrnilfurd County accordlnc to 'law
In the .
Florida at his office ANDREWS. deceased has lieenadmitted
for the Estate mi itn. orKI,1 Mnrirnret T DuncanExwitrlt
IN: : :
e Starke, FloridaAttorney Florl.tn.l
The books doss court house of aaltl county at 1 to i probate In this
election. : August -
First Publication August 7. 1989 ,
Starke, Florida, within six calendar > It. 'IoOnE: VS! for Executrixes Court. You are hereby cotmnan'1ed It":' of the estate of Ka.me
23.Plans. 8H 8-28 months from the time of Ie'el-. FLORENCE: A. BltO,VN.: as within six calendar months Estate of Ko.i>nr G. Dnnenn.ue. a DuncanDeceased.
are being made: for a '. the first publication of this njtlce. 1\O'I'U'K TO 1IF-OITOn Co-Executrix of the Estate at from the Onto of the flrot ptifollcatlon ..pnse 1. .
Each claim or demand shall All creditors of the rotate of NKL.L H ANDREWS, deceased of thin notice to >: o'rle'l: TO rnrinTons July U. 11/19! /
political rally. Watch the paper Iii The Court Of The Counts: be writing, and hall. mate the NELL K. ANOIIEWS, decennecl. JACQUELINE[ [ .\.. MODREK. as his Court and 1 show appearIn cause All crtdltMrs or the o tntc. of First Publication On 7-31, 1949!
for the time date and place. Indue. Urnillord Count j'. Florldn. place of reHldvnuv and pout office are hereby notified and roqulrectto Co-Executrix of the Entnte of If any you can whv the action KA"PA"1\, Dr.us.d. nreh".b 7-31 it 8-21
file any claims or dumamla NELL R. ANDREWS: deceased. of thin Court In_admitting! ,. said notified and rciinlrcd' to -
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DELL CHAPTER OES : ------------- -----._--------.
The regular meeting of Dsll I 9 I I
Chapter 168 will be held Thurs-
day. Aug. 21, at 8 p.m. in the SIRLOIN 1
1 1I
Masonic Hall on Brownlee I! FLORIDA
Street All members are askedto

time. please! be present and on GRADE'A FRE SH I I RIB, FULL CUT ROUND I I
POOP
I I ; OR BONELESS SHOULDERSTEAKS I I


FAMILY Leggett REUNIONThe family enjoyed ft i !
!
happy reunion at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Leggett
brother and sister-In-law. Sponsor I I I
FOOD FAIR FAIR

Dade was of Washington Mrs. Berth D.: Leggett C. and I Sal I I u, ,,.., 00"""""" I II
Mrs. Maggie Small aunt. Sisters $1 I 9

Mrs. of Rogers the Battles family Mr.MIss< and Addle I I U.S. CHOICE I. @ 1 1I

Leggett brothers, Allen of 1 SUPERMARKETS
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Cis- ____________________ILEG''OOpenAilDay I

ero Leggett Starke, Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Leggett!! and other relatives 1 1
!
including Mrs. Daisy '

MorrIS.Friends that were present i ; Wednesday ;

were Mrs. May Bell Bass, Mrs.

Mrs.Derby Jackson Carrie Mrs.Thomas.Coleman Ester Mrs.Simmons Mr.Lillie and, ;! sAVE ; ;! LAMB I ant, !I


Mrs. Joe Gotden of Lake City I Si' I FREE TOO! I
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Taylor of QUICK FROZEN. NEW ZEALAND aaWd5TAMPf
Wa!Mnirton. D. C. I ; I t I


CHURCH NEWS I WHOLEBAGGED I I WHOLE 1 I

i Greater Bethlehem Free Will I LB I 79 I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU I
Baot'st! Church, Rev. Jasper I ; LB WEDNESDAY AUGUST 27th.
Williams. Pastor. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.
I I
I
Last Sunday night the men 11
held a meeting to make plans
for the annual Mn's: Day program
which will be launched U.S.CHOICE U.S.CHOICE
Sunday. Oct. 26. Monday night
PURI PORK
SLICED 1/4 COUNTRY JTTll
Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday CHUCK CROSS RIBROAST CALIFORNIA
night. Choir No. 3 and Ushers
Board No. 2 will mest. Wednesday PORK LOIN SMOKEDSAUSAGE

, nlpM Prayer: : Meeting' STEAK ROAST
Thursday night Story Hour. Friday CHOPSCHUCK
night Ushers Board No. 2
and Choir No. 3 will Journey voo.-e .o r.-
to Waldo to render service for FOOD FAle. .ooor.a

Rev. Mrs. All1 White. USCMOICIos.pINIE
Saturday night' dinners will rraiaa
be sold from the kitchen.: Sun-
day School will! bs held at 9:30.:
Morning Serv'ce' : will be held
at 11. Afternoon service will!
be had at 4 p.m. w'fi' the
youth In charge. Visitors al- AZAIIA AIL MEAT'BIG All MEAT PREPARED FOODS BYGREENDELL

wayS welcome GMEENDELL FROZEN
New Bethel Bantht Church 8FRANKS
Rev. A. Vins"n pastor Duel SLICEDBOLOGNA BEEF CUBE
Dav will be observed Attaint 24 | CHICKEN
ROAST I CACCIATORI
with M'ps Marlon' Jenkins. as
speaker for the! Youth. Serv.'coswi !' :! STEAKS

,l.pe, ",held At 3.and 6 p.m. roarnE3tEEEt
Mrs.,; CJaraObent, Chairmanand FITS IOMG 1.19 2OozPKG ..
Deacon Anthnnv De3uecocl'alrmpn. THIUN !jt
The public Is ins (
vitl'd to attend.
Ebenezcr: Bant'of' Church. Rev.
Lprov DavU Paster. Sunday
School, 9tf! : a.m. Bible Study
each Tuesrtav' nlo-M. Pr&vir
Meeting nch Thursday' right.' KE HOGG'SGOROUNDS QUICK REFRESHER JUNE BOY FRESH OUPONI
All members and friends In. KLEENEX LIBBY'SPEAS detergent

vttpd to attend. FRENCH GATORADE KOSHERDILLS I DRIVE
Greater Allen Chen l AME "BOUTIQUE"
Church Rev. A. R, RichardsonIn STYLE BEANS OR ;\
"" WllhEN-IOI.YE
cha-Q'e. Sunday School 10 Facial Tissue GOLDEN CORN : ;
a.m. Morning serv'ce at 11. f)1 ".
Evening serv'c"' 6 o.m. All HALF i \ 1s OFF

members! are Invited to attend NEWI 17oi 3/l 'I iouiai
these services. 140 ox CANS GALLON GIANT 3lb1,1, or.Sitearrsm.

A renalr nro'ect' has been COUNT BOXES w',., '. FOOD FAIR
Planned '-+.r t" rfctfch: And nirsorttaf. -
S.ptember 3rd 1969
All member c-p( asked t..n
.
to ple'fsf) coon'rate! with the I
project for success. I

1 W DaiFt 8ak: I OAK HILL YELLOW I

Sealed HF.CIVFST bid proposal FOR Inn"will be FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS I. rg ; 1
received hy the Board of County

\ County Commissioners until 10:30 of o'clock Bradford A. !:
furrlshlnsr't. on September ueednAv.therP.ral-8. 1908 for CHERRY FRESH BAKED 8 INCH ; FREESTONEPEACHES !

Tractor to be
ford County Road Department.Specification' SAYE
i from the Cl.rk may of h.the"Circuit.ur..d 49C ; ;
Count Courthouse, PIES 10
Court i
" Stark..Clerk Florida.Charle9 to. Board A. Darby i 1 I i iI

, 8-14 2t 8.21
I SAVE 2<.PKG OF 12.PLAIN A POWDERED SUGAR CAKE I II


la County 4i lr'. rnnrt. In I DONUTS. ........................... ....... 27f. I
And For Brnilfnril ('n"nt" Flnr. .. C I 29oz
Idn. 17C..PKO OF 8.ICED ASSORTED
.
.\niTALFIR I y SAVE
In r e- F: 'oPP nfMTin I II
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MISCELLANEOUS NOTES here now. The young folks en- :;.1..;<', .d.\: ..,. .,tfl.:$,;:,.<:,1J0tt"t, :,_, .i;%1lit>"?iif" >>i'" '*, 'IJ:$:\<,. ;.:"... "j.'. .: .;<;,y'.:'!. <;:v t" ""W;;!', <,; .,:"f.. <\.
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I about Hampton from the files Joy them very much. ,/. t1ft-t.H;: 'W",'i'Yf'/f $;;} rs' <, j :';< i(<1'i: ,,., i'A? !of the Bradford County Tele- 1958 School bond election :.- ,.: : .." ,,:'. ',. ,f' J';':)'.I'ji., .. 9: "
graph. earmarked $20.000 for improvements "' 'f.1."s.. '.. J <: '" j.GW.12Wiii1" "1" ,y" : ft! 'r'
1920-A chamber of commerce at Hampton Elementary '<"" ;>;:" .\ .1",;:II. ?trflfl 'iP fJ!! 'V ,y Y
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was organized at Hampton with \School. -< ."'y.. .::,.::6',;,Y.,'. ,,,""' <><'' :< '' 'li."'!,>!!"",4!\',"*",#-, ".",.."-.:"" .,,q.. ,":.. ,., : ',. t .,,"", '. "" >t.i"! ...<{;, ,.'.':: :. ., f :'
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April 1958 A '' : > ;"' '.4 Arthur I. Could proprietor of bus schedule s''r.? >1> 1 0 'JV\:': ,;,: :< .:'j 'yfi> :; Jb-v.J'
the Hampton Hotel as presi- change northbound to Jacksonville ji { ::< ( Jr :,,i r>4 ';:.f', ":'"

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dent. Auto plates were ordered Greyhound through Hampton _.
with the motto "Hampton. Flor- at 11:12 a.m. (was 10:40: ( -
Ida-the City of Opportunities.! a.m.) and southbound to Gain-

Gould reported that the Influxof esville at 6:55: p.m. (was 7:23: EVERGREEN BAPTISTCHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
LAWTXY.
northern people registeredat p.m.). CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF : Sufnday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School. 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.
his hotel had Increased greatly March 1957 John Parkas, CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS her ning Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m. Youth
: In recent months. eighth grader at Hampton Elementary Sunday School. 10 ajn.. 416 East Call St. NUht service. 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir.Practice -

Dr. W. E Middleton was a School won the Brad- Worship Service. 11 a. m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 125. northwest service of 6:30.Lawtey Highway_Sev.R. ,er ices 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting 7:30: 1', m.: Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m.
practicing physician In Hampton ford County spellng bee. Evening Service 7 p.m. aim Sunday School 10. Sacra L. Bennett Worship aervloo 7 -Rev. J. C. Heoteiii pastor. Re_". Robert D. Burob
from 19131919. 1957-New sidewalks are add- Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer1igeeting ment. 11:15.: pastor. p. m. Minister. Jack P. BeD.NOR'l'H.SIDE .
July 1927-a new highway edto the school and a section .
Monday Primary 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
cutoff is along Navarre Ave., the Thursday Night Prayer MeeVtut KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
set the
up. shortening Tuesday MIA. 7:30: pjn. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning BAPTIST Sunday. -9:45: a, m. Sunday
distance between Starke and main street (Note: May. 1969. In church 7:3: pjn. CHURCH CHURCH
Wednesday Relief Society. Worship.. 11 s. m. PreBervtoee School, 11:00: a. m. Morning
Waldo by two miles. new sidewalks are being built Youth Service. Friday: night 7:30: p.m. (Booster Band. Yoisw Schedule! of service: Sunday. Worship. 6:00 p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: aon. Training -

Aug.! 4, 1898 the Hampton along Highway 221 from the 7:30 pan. -Dean Hansen People end Prayer Service), 6 School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worlihrp. Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Union 10:15: a.m. Morning
Orange Leaf has changed Its main street intersection to the Ivy Luke. Pastor Branch President p. m. Evening: Warship 7 p. m 10:45: a. m. Training Un Alp. Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship -
name to the New Tropical par new school.) Service Services 7:30: ,p. m. Mid-week Prayer '-
SMYRNA MISSIONARY Mldtteek. Service. Wednesday ion.. 6:45: p. m. Evening Wednesday-7:30: Prayer -
adise (It was begun In May September 1957 136 votersare BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D, 7:;15. Mid-Week Prayer Service 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service Wednesday 7:30: p.

hands 1898* (This paper changed city elect.lon.Aug.registered. to vote In the 1 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday service BAPTIST MISSIONU. putor.3SI Wednesday, 7:45: P. m. night-1:00: p. m. Family night. m. Come let us worship together
on Aug. 18, 1898. with
Squire J. M. Moore of Theressa 4, 1898-Saturday night *: Sunday School, 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Tas- -
as editor..) lightning frightened Pie horses I Preaching 11 1m.. Training tee Frees Drive In. Sunday
The railway built by the Flor of Lacy Wynn and Lee Jones/ 1 Union 5:45 p. m. Evening..W.hIP. School: 10 a.m. Worship Ser
ida Railroad Co. reached Hamp- who were on their way horn, ; 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. vice. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer 1
ton on January 1. 1859. and their horses Jumped from -Elder A. 0 Flynn putorSt. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. :

Aug. 6, 1887-Evening croquet under them and gave them a .. Marks Episcopal -Leroy Olive pastor: E. L.nrllot. DO F1i1"Tj.; 3 ::::
associate
: pastor. :
parties are quite fashionable dip in the mud and water but ;Sunday Services :x
neither one hurt. '
was
8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAP'l'IftHIabwaLW ::

Injured Vietnam Vets May 11 10 a.m.a.m. Family Church School Service Lawtey. Sunday,. School'N4rSh1l2f I YOU i
pans
Holy] Eucharist
I 1st and 3rd Mornta*Worship. 11:15. SuD-, 1;

Be Eligible For InsuranceReturning (ind Sundays 4th Sundays.: Morning Prayer 2nd R.day L.Night Bennett!Service.pastor 6:30.--Rv., :x


RECALL.
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH .. ,
Vietnam veterans be In good health. CHURCH; OF GOD
who suffered an Injury and or NSLI coverage may be In addition Highway 100-A 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. .
illness In the service are advised to, or In place of a converted Sunday School}, 10 a. m. Worship 1:
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning
that they might be eligiblefor SGLI policy. However,,
Worship 11. Training Union Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. THOSE WONDERFUL
disability compensation eligible veterans not have
may
m Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30p. :
7 Worship, 8.
Evening
p.m. :
benefits from the Veterans Administration more than $10.000 Insurance Issued -
m.-Roev. Chester J. Shouppe', YEARS. .
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 8 a
as well as special by the VA in addition to pastor.
National Service Life Insurance! the SGLI. p.m. Rev. Virgil Lovett
They shall abundantly 1lletilt
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coverage up to 10000. Veterans who have receiveda pastor. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH \ t
This Is in addition to their service-connected disability '.'.
(Highway 100 at Theresa) t
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right to convert their Service rating from the VA within the Sunday School-10 a. ni. memory/ of thy great
men's Group Life Insurance to past year should contact their FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Moaning WOI'shlp-ll a. m. (jirid fMH The Lord has!'
a commercial policy with one nearest County Service Officer STARKE Training Ur.lon-6:30: p. m. .
of nearly 600 companies approved ..or the VA office without delayto Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning Evening Woi ship-7:15: p, m.
by the VA to handle low cost Insure that they will .not Worship 11. Training Union, Wednesday Night Prayer Services blessed us with children and i'
SGLI policies. lose out on the special NSLJ 6:15.: Evening Worship 7:30.: 7:30 Rev. Merle
: m.
p. .
The veteran must convert coverage if they wish! it. Monday August 2529. As- Packham pastor. : now grandchildren. Our lives,
within 120 days after separation Returning Vietnam veterans soclatlonal Youth Camp at :1
from the service. To bs eligiblefor who think they might! be en- Lake Swan near Melrose. and now theirs have been c;
the special NSU coverage. titled to a service-connected Wednesday Prayer Meet- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD

he must have his disability disability rating from the VA. Ing, 7:30. Church Choir Practice OF STARKE molded in the church. On
rated as "service connected"by : which would entitle them to the 8:15.FIRST: West Weldon St. and Raiford r

the VA and must apply for SNLI coverage should contact Road I generation shall 1 praiiethy ". .....;y'.. x .yv. ..'.rr. ac y a y. a >;. C- {: .. :':'f v
this Insurance within one year their nearest County Service UNITED METHODIST I Sunday school: 10:00: a. m. kL" : ...e./s.'s."'!:' :':"....r.1..r.-"I... :........ ]:..........r.1.. :....,.'rC'S' :'......re;?r.r.1..r.. :.......f.y. .:J
after this rating by the VA. Officer, or the VA office. Box STARKE 11:00 :a. m. :Morning Worship; !=: work to oolheallcl/ fihall 1Io ; ';'i"
:00 1
C. !
Aside from his serviceconnected 1437 St. Petersburg, for appli SundayChurch School 9:45. : p. m. A. Services: 7:00p. :
m. Evangelistic Services. The Church is God's appointed in this world :ii j
disability! fie! veteran must cations. Morning Worship. 11. Church- declare Pass L4 agency
wide Family Picnic at Camp Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Mid thy might arts' :: for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and 'jS si:

--- - - ---- --- - ---- Blanding Enlisted Men's Club. week Prayer Meeting. ::) of His demand for man to respond to that love by 15
2 p.m. All evening activities Pastor: ::1". E. 0111erHIILBRONS ; ti::,# on this l priceless heritage toyour P: loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the"s.r ::::

will be suspended. : &: love of Cod, no government or society o' way of life' :"1.1-.
Rudd Gas Water Heaters
children andgrandchildren. ;J 1
; Monday Council on MInistries :: BAPTIST tip; : :er.r: will long penevere and the freedoms which we hold ;..

8 p.m.Wednesday. I CHURCH HIGHWAY IIN. cf:} Ai; 4 so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from t-'Y:
t :: heats water 3 times faster! Prayer Meet- Sunday School 9:43: a. mMoinUic ?:f: }.4 o selfish point of view, one should support the Church JZ ;
;:) Ing and Bible Study. 7:30: p.m. Worship. 11. Training 'i:} ;, for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. f-*!. jN
Thursday Chancel! Choir Union 0:30 Evening'Service ; \\ 77ft :cf" that however should
"t : p. m. : ( Beyond every person uphold, :i1 ::f
>, '- Rivers Of Hot Water At Rehearsal, 7:43: p.m. 7:30. Midweek goers %x L
: Prayer and participate in the Church because it tells the truth J :3 rr,
-Dewitt T. Farabee pastor Ice, 7:30.: : ;: :-,::i. about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which .k f.
;
LOW, LOW COST .,-Rev. L. Tommy Howe Pastor {f 1'3.: : : Xr: ( alone will set him free to live as a child of God. r-;! I :
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n GRAHAM BAPTIST.CHURCH :.: "
For =:-: tat: C.I.-." Ad' S.. J7: '::::
:t z Pay It From Your MADISON STREET Sunday School. 10 a, m. :Morn- .'. .I'

Utility SavingsPURCHAsED Worship Sunday, 11.School Youth 9:45:Choir; Morning Prac- inJ m.;-Worship Rev ,Fred'11 .a.Johns m. and pastor*7 P ">',: C/.t'Qfll'h"I.V 1 1r 1r 'r".f.ioI..............&..,.Ej".e-.o;""..:...".':.......:.....:...".':....I..I......:...;.:...e:.".1.-..',:.....:..'"...,._'...,,..,;..':..:"..._,"..'..,._;._.':.o.:.",._';.,....._ ..e.i..:....:..".i.JI..:...",.}.... .:.;::.:;,:

tice, 4:30.: Youth Fellowship
FOR Supper, 5:45.: Training Union NEW SLIVER BAPTIST i :

6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15.: Sunday. School. 10 .a. m. Morn- :XI::
$2.00 Per Monthon Evening Worship, 7:30.: Ing Worship 11 a. m. Training: ;
Wednesday Prayer Meeting Vnlcu, 7 p. m. Evening Worship' : :::

Economical Slade Gas 7:30.: Business Meeting 8. 8 p: m. Wednesday night service :+ .;.,
::3
Church Choir Practice, 8:30.: 7:30: p m. Everyone wel
CALL, NOW -Denton Sumrall. pastor. come-L. L. Parker, pastor r:


SLADE GAS 332 w- MADISON FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE .:".
Sunday Service: Sunday
PHONE 964-7701 KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship U
Sunday School 9:30 a.m. GULF SERVICEAND SERVICECarl
Training Union, 10:15. Morn- 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser

Ing worship, 11. Evening Ser- vice 6:30: p. m Midweek Service Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 954-7231
aie fju. Midweek Prayer Wednesday 7:15: p. m.
Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. -Charles Reese, minister U-HAUL RENTALS Tire TnilngHeadlight

Come let us worship together. RAYLESS HIGHWAY Adjusting :
REVIVAL -- Rev. Fred Monro, interim CHURCH ;
pastor. BAPTIST Truck Trailer Brake Service .

Sunday School. M ajn. Fr... Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and .,

NIGHTLY AT 7:30: P.M. acting Services- .t 11. 'Trabua* Minor Tune-Ups Alignment .j
?' lon. 1 p.m. Bventa, Berrtc. .
Lawtey Man 7. Midweek Prayer' Meet ere. 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE .
AUGUST 24-30 Earns DegreeA \Wednesday.. 7:30. (Everyone wet :

ome. Rev. George K. OrownO PHONE 964-5899 All Minor Repair :;:;

SMYRNA MISSIONARY Lawtey: man ,was among pMtor.HAMPTON) 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Are. Starke ij
the 1.300 students who receive STARKE BUILDERS ;:
degrees at the University ojOregon's r.1
BAPTIST CHURCH CHRISTIAN: Hiway 301 and 100
graduation
summer
CHURCH SUPPLIES Inc. LAWSON I'
,
16 in Eugene
exercises on Aug. -
Sunday School 10\ a. m. Morn
Corner Myrtle & Pratt Streets Ore.Leonard. ing Worship at 11.: Evening i Featuring Ace Hardware 410 S. Temple SUrke MEAT MARKET
L. Heath received a
Worship, 7:30.: Rev. Carl Complete Paint Supplier I

Carl W. Seal, EvangelistA. MS from degree the College in mathematics of Liberal Clarke pastor, and Sporting Good AND COLD STORAGE

G. Flynn Pastor Arts. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHHAMPTON "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Special: in Custom Slaughtering

Cutting and WrapplDc-
EVERYONE WELCOME Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning I 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES24Ft. Prepared for Deep Freeae

Worship at 11. Training : .
'. Union 6:30.: Wednesday night WHOLESALEPhone
Prayer Meeting 7:30: followedby FLORIDA Wid.
choir practice. Starke Nursag 964-7059

Home service 1:49: p. m. Also 12-Ft. Wide
-Re. Melvin Hamel, puts EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD

GOSPELMEETING I MOBILE HOMES
C.\L V AMY BAPTUT
h ONTIOLr
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Moml .:. Campers and TraTeltrallers COUNTY .
Wcu' hip. 11 a. m. TrainingUnion ::
Ask 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- CMHHUlCOi Keystone Heightsand TELEGRAPHOFFICE
!tine 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, Wed-
neadny, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H. Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 SUPPLIES
C larley ?' Butler pliol''I'; 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.

BROOKER E. :. Phone 964-5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERS

DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH: Ingestion and Estimates ADDING MACHINES

CHURCH OF CHRIST Johns Sunday School.BROOKER>10: a. m. Morning BRADFORDABSTRACT

Worship, 11 a. m. Tralntoc CO. EDWARDS
Abopt This Question: Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service WILLIAMSJEWELRY

7:30.: -Rev. Laoy Conway,
and Market.
"If their Grocery
employees use ...... Better Service For Year
August 24th Thru 31st own cars for some com-
pany business and an accident Groceries Meat Feed
Airpark Ba,tM Quell Title Problems
the busIness
I firm occurs be can held liable?- uoday School. t:43: .jn.; Men- Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL
7:45
: EACH NIGHT Is this the purpose of Employers tot Worts alp, 11:00 a.m.: sven: Keepeake Diamonds Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards
Nrn Ownership ing Worahlp. 7:00: p.m.: Wad) BULOVA WATCHES
7:00 P. M. SUNDAY Prayer' Meeting and Bible Study. Title Insurance .
Auto Liability insurance? U. S. 301 Sooth SUrke
7:00:| pjn. study aa rook tt 142 W. Call St. Starke
Charley E. Pealnw. Nathan L. f/vqh.r 158 W. Call Ph. 9"4- 8Sl PHONE "46312CLAY
Phone 984.706.
*tor. Everyone
: Welcome.

BRO. COLIN WILLIAMSON JOHNS AGENCY ELECTRIC C OOPERAUVE, Inc.


Everyone nviteclPAGE 131 So. Walnut St. Think"M-n About how It their character In Owned By Those We Serve la Twalre Northeast Florida Ceatles...... Owe: Members Lire Better I

mmmmmmmmi m Phone 964-5070 noth'n' more clearly than by Electrically"-Keystesw Height*-Phosw 47-4ftl
what they think laughable: I
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men's compensation and fire.
Attorney Feea. Discharges 5200.00 For The Fiscal Year
WinnDixieSales Ending September 30, 1970
Board Watches Bids on the four policies weroIn
the $20,000 range. The Board Up 16% Supplies & Expense, County Commissioners 2500.00 Payment of OutstandIng Debts -.-__ ..__. ____ 3,000.00

decided to request the assistance Bradford County Development< Authority: .- 10000.00 Other Court Cost it Fees _..._.___._________. 2500.00

of an Insurance expert Suwannee Valley Authority: .- 500.00 Witness & Jury Fees _. .m._.._____......-_____ 2,500.00

School from the State Board of Education Total sales at Winn-Dixie Salary. Cleric Circuit Court .. .__....__ 10,974.65 ,salary Prosecuting Attorney ___.._____....______ 300.00

SpendingAlthough and to meet again on the supermarkets during the four Salary Deputy Clerks _.- 13,34000 Floes &: Commissions Bond Estreatures ._. .. ... 3,500.00
18th or 19th to consider the weeks ended July 26 increased
Insurance bids. Mileage, Finance Officers -. 200.00 Supplement Public Defender ________ .. ...- un. 4,500.00
the corresponding
$14.101,348
over
the 1969-70 budget Although they approved the Bids were also opened for period last Insurance County Offices -.- 2950.00 Inquest Physicians Fees _____u.____...-____.___ 250.00
has been approved the .school bills without first seeing a balance milk, bakery products, pet- : ; year. Supplies & Expenses. County Offices 2500.00 Maintenance Repairs County Jail ____.u. _n. 500.00

meeting board this showed month at its that regular .total school sheet financial summarizing situation the roleum products and food. Decisions They were $99.868.458 compared Expenses other than Salaries Clerk Circuit Court 2500.00 Salary Sheriff __ _..____...... .....,__u__....._ 10,949.94
irisatlll were made on all except
very much concerned with board members served friendlybut food and the board Instructed the 16.44 with $83,767.110 The a gain of Tax Assessor .-......_ 32058.09 Salary Deputies & Assistants _-..___-___ow.. .... 51100.00

the finances of the school sys firm notice that it was the superintendent to tabulate those currently per cent.operates 792 company food: Tax Collector -.__._..._... ..._.... .30544.12 Expenses other than Salaries 30320.00

tem.Lead ''last time they would do so. bids and award to the lowest stores compared with 750 a Salary, Circuit. Judges Secretary -. 1,686.00 Investigations .___-___n.. ...__..__.. .. .n___ 3000.00

by Charles Sawyer and First Item on the mostly and best bidders. :year ago.N0TICF. Salary, County Judge ... _..-. 13500.00 Equipment Cars. Radio's Etc-------------__... 8,500.00

Rodney Hall the board deliberated money agenda was Insurance The contract for milk was a- salary County Judge & Assistants .- 14058.00 Total Appropriations ..____ __ ____._..__.... 118919.94
over each money matter bids. Four warded to Farmbest for 1/2
presented it during the meet- bids, with companies one bidding presented on only pint milk at 6 1/2 C. American -- Expenses. Other Than Salary County Judge... 6.535.14 Reserve For Contingencies: .... .__. .._____.-_. 752.30::

two policies and the other three Bakeries which had the bakery Salary, and Expense Juvenile Councelor 1400.00 90199-County. (Not to Exceed)

bidding on all four policies, products contract last year was Salary Supervisor of Elections .... _...__ 2484.00 94196(10( % of Total Budget) .... ...._____._.. 5000.00

public! liability, vehicle, work- again given the contract. Notice Is OP SHERIFF'S SALE Mileage, Supervisor of Elections .._...... 400.00 Other
hereby given that I.
Prices on each of the four
ing.FLORIDA Items P. D. Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford Salary, Assistant State Attorney C. 90199 Reserve for Cash Balance to be
had
increased about l- County, Florida under and
1/20.. For hamburger buns by virtue of Writ oil Execution, Reporter !Si .-. 1221.00 Carried Forward

the low bid was 24 1/2C a to-wlt execution: Issued out of the Salary, Custodian .-._..__.___.. 7,761.00 8200-Liquid Investments! (Cost)

301DRIVEIN dozen; for hot dog buns, 23Ca Eighth Judicial Circuit Court Maintenance & Repairs Court House ..- 500.00 Total Budget; (Should Equal Amount Available for
of Florida. In and for Bradford
doz.; for 1 pound of bread, County, Florida pursuant toa Courthouse & Annex Utilities &: Fuel .... 12000.00 :Budgeting Form CF-413) ___. _- -. __ '. 124672.24
16C!; and for 1 1/4 pounds of Final Judgement for Wallace
THEATRESHOWTIME sandwich bread 23 1/2C. : Helene, D Gllro and Maintenance & Repairs County Buildings 300.00 This tt a true and correct copv: of the Budget as adoptedby
.rI'Z.t Norman R. McUeod, also
known as k McLeod. de Salary Attorney To Board ..- 25.00 the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford Countyon

Contracts for petroleum 607 fendant..20 together In/ the amount with coats of< $43-of Mileage Attorney To Board . .____..____. 0. August ii. 1119.* Charles A. Darby. Clerk Circuit Court.

Weekdays 7 P. M. products were divided among collection. Law Administrative Supplies .- 1050.00

Sunday 3 P. M. SHOW BEGINSAT the three companies bidding. Elections &: Registrations .- 9200.00 Estimate of Revenues and Receipts Bradford County
SUNDOWN Standard Oil low Have setied: and have In my
was on
Saturday 1 P. M. gas pou..lon the following described County Free Library .. .-.. .- 15,487.33 Health Fund
(20.41 a gal.) and fuel oil (12Ca
ADMISSION 75c personal property to-wlt: Motor Vehicle Inspection ._. 17,256.00 For Th. Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1970
gal.) Sinclair was low bidder Ca1tlrd of 84 plus of Charolala: I
12 And Under Free for kerosene at 13C a gal. including a Oharolals Coroners Inquest .- ..... 200.00 Taxes .569 Mills on assessed
Bull and all ,
Charbraj Angus
THURS., FRL, SAT. When With An Adult Gulf turner in the low bidson and Brahman Cattle. Steers. Commodity Program ..- 1800.00 Valuation of 48084.85 ._. .. 26222.28

AUG. 21, 22 23 motor oil (65C a gal.), a Calves mixed cattle and Heifers on premises and aU other own Relief Allowances __.. 1,500.00 Total Estimated Receipts -- ..._.. __. __h_ 26222.28

THURS., FRI., SAT. and gear heavy lub ( duty 15 1/2C a pound and) ed by! Norman all thoso R. rattle McLeoil born Including to Relief Allowance Nursing Home ....- 3000.00 Less 3% .. __.- ._. _..__-_ ..__....___.. __-. 1.311.11

Double Feature Program grease the herd originally levied on Insanity Inquiries _.. 1000.00 95!% Of Estimated Receipts -_ . 24911.17
wheel bearing lub (15C apound). -
AUG. 21, 22 23 and now located on the said
SOARING Travel allowances for some premises: and one :"W.atJ'1r: T. B. Hospitals For Indlgents 1000.00 Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash
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ADVENTURE Double Feature Program of the school staff also came C48.156 Fertilizer; one Spreader Rotary, type, tractor Hospital Servloe for Indlgents .- __..n 7,804.00 8200Ltould investments (Cod)

under Jie board's scrutiny. drawn mower. Make Medical Aid Welfare ...__ 15025.00 1980 Transfers-
Serial No. 51-1328 one
Policy has been to L.T. cycle ;
THAT pay Champion commercial type fertilizer Bradford County Hospital 15000.00 Total Estimated Receipt and Balances 24.911.17
Oglesby, P.T. Noun, Florence : spreader Serial No. 33551
LIVES '.. Jennings, Lucille Payne, Con- one Side Cutter mower Serial Ambulance Service ..-. 12000.00 (MiUagte Levied Last Year .569 Estimated This Year

FOREVERVhlt|/ { nie Clark, L. T. Gibson and color No. not blue found and: one grey Ford Motor Tractor No., County Service Officer Salary -. .... .__ 3150.00 Estimated Expenses Health Fund Bradford County

Foster Shi Smith $37.50 a 8N419788 ; and one homemade Mileage County Service Officer ...__ 125.00
month and Supt. Tom Casey trailer for farm use. color grey, For The Fiscal Year Ending September :.10, 1970
as the property: of the above. Civil Defense .. 20259.00
$75 a month. named defendant and that on Sent To State Board of Health Under Chapter
A Tuesday the 26th day of Aug Mccquito Control State Cay, County 33441.00
154.02 Statutes- .
Florida $ 24911.17
The board agreed to changethe ust. 193! at twelve o'clock noon
on the premises of Norman R. General Fund Bradford' County'For Total
policy (except concerningthe McLeod's located on State Road Estimated Expenses: Appropriations
superintendent ) and set 18, Route No. 1 Box 123, Brook- The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1970 Reserve for Contingencies; :
\ DisneySPETER V $37.50 er, Florida. I will. offer for sale.
a month the maximum. and sell to the" highest bidder Rezoning .. 1,500.00 90196-County (Not to Exceed
Now staff members who receive for cash In hand the above described

PaUL NEWMiN travel allowances of 10 pr""erlY'Of said defendant Salary &: xpense. County Agent 94196-Sheriff (lOr; of Total Budget)

as COOL HaND cents a mile will have to turn cution.to satisfy the aforesaid Exe AO. Extension Program .... .__. 17,604.42 Other

in mileage sheets at the end P. D. Reddish 'Mileage Per Diem AST. Extension Program .. 475.00 90199-Reserve for Cash Balance to be

PAN WKE. ._.OC"&IICI.!) .'II.., dASw of each month. P.Bradford n Reddish County., Sheriff Florida Forest Farmer. 2000.00 Carried Forward
uwes..P, -* ', jit 'isjio' When the It
RCoIxOlrl'ftlalaol, floe Ndutl; loot mu url tI1 questbn arose as 8.21 Demonstration Materials 4H Girls &: Boys 750.00 8200-Liquid Investments (Cost)
to whether or not the high -
school was Fire Control .. ._. 3.990.00Recreation Total Budget (Should Equal Amount Available
TECHNICOLORll looking for
PLUS another NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALK
,nlliud er 1UIM VISTA OiltubutiW, to.IM coach, Sawyer commented, "It Notice In hereby given thru I, __ -.-.__._ 10000.00 for Budgeting! Form CF-415 S 24911.17TIlls
-wall, Oititty' Pioductioni looks like we're getting pretty P.Bradford D. Reddish County n Florida... Sheriff under
coach heavy," and Hall con and. bv virtue of Writ of Execution :Bradford County Fair Association __ .. __.._u. 5000.00 bv: the Board nf County f> mml PLUS curred. to-wlt:
Execution Issued out of the Courthouse Annex Capital Expense ..____ 500.00 on August 11, W9.\ Charles .4. Darby Clerk Circuit Court.
Casey said he did not believethe Record of Alachua
Court of
Equipment, Clerk Circuit Court ._ ____ 300.00
Florida 'pursuant to a '
high school was looking for bounty. Estimate of Revenues and Receipts Bradford County
Horse With The Final Judgement for Armour
another coach but Sawyer said Agricultural. Chemlral Co. a Equipment County Judge ..____- 72.00 Courthouse Building Reserve Fund
that just to be on the safe sidehe'd Corp. of Florida, and a..aln..tn..n Equipment! Civil Defense ._____ _. 750.00
C. DavlH and Magffle Davls. For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1970
move that "no
additional defendants In the amount of Equipment Mosquito Control .- 3,713.00
Tale be Monies! .. . .. 194,655.00
personnel hid of Racing
Flying red by the athletic $7R7 SR together with costs -
Total Appropriations ... . .. ... 423841.14
department as of right collectionHave Total Estimated Receipts 194,655.00
selxed. and have In mypoeeeealon -
.. 3.556.39
Reserve for Contingencies:
now. The Board approvedthe the. 'following des.crlhed .. Estimated Expenses Courthouse Building Reserve Fund
motion. r er onal property to-wlt: 9019 -County (Not to Exceed) Judge 600.00
SUN. THRU TUES. JEREMY SLATE ADAM ROME IOca71 LANE Pec 28-RH Tlge' 22R Com at Bradford County
When the superintendent !SW' Cor of NW4 of SW4 Run PI 94196-Sherlff ((10'} of Total Budget) Clerk 1000.00
brought up the matter of bids 4ft m', N 23<\'. 13 1S AUG. 24, 25, 26 for 200', E 60', S 200', W 50' to -Ot'her9019JRe
SUN. furniture at the Middle Transfer to Sinking! Resel'veDebit- 58,312.50Transfer
MON., TUES., FOB -. (rv for Cash Balance to be
School and said that only two As the. nronertv of .the ..bovnamed .. to Sinking Reserve 13,265.00
'fir.. WED. bids clad' been defeprtnnt and that on Carried Forward:"
AUG. 2.', 25, 26, received the Monriav. the 15th day of September Transfer to General Fund 123,077.50
board decided to "hold off"for 1" R9 at twelve o'clock Noon 8200-Liquid Investments Cost)
27 : Double Feature awhil3 before asking for on mid dav en the nr.mlee, of Total Budget! 'Should Equnl) Amount Available Total Appropriations 194.655.00
more bids. tho Rrndfnrrt County Courthouse. Total Budget (Should Equal Amount Availablefor :
.. I will offer for sale. and sell. to for :Budgeting Form CF-415) 428,997.52
the hlsrhent bidder, for t'R"h In Budgeting. Form CF-415)) 194,655.00
AD.MISSION $1.00IdllM Casey pointed out that there hand the nhove described pron- This! I* a true and correct ropv of the Budget! as adoptedby
1 are 720 chairs in the Middle .rtv of said, ""'..ndqnlR to aatlufv This Is a true and correct copy of the Budget us! adoptedby
the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford Countyon
School, Including th library J the aforesaid Execution.P. .. the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford Countyon
chairs and that between 804 D. R..d"IAh August 11, 1969. Charles A. Darby, Clerk Circuit Court. Court.
1IEDGARALLANp0 P. D Reddish Sheriff August II, 19C. Charles A. Darby Clerk Circuit
and 840 students are expected. Bradford County. Florida
5 -..- The Board asked Caseyto 8-21 4t 9-11 Estimate of Revenues and Receipts Bradford County
search the other schools and Estimate of Revenue. and Receipts Bradford County Sinking Reserve Fund

see if he could find some chairs %OTICKOTICF. 'YOTICF Road A Bridge Maintenance Fund For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30. 1970
which were not being used. There will be nHFARTVO Pl'nr.H' For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30. 1970 Courthouse
E"1lE The board deferred action on x Pp''I'ITl0S TO Transfer From
OBI. on RKSTORR 7.0NIVO TO ITS" Taxes 1.432 Mills on oeseased
Building Reserve To Sinking 58,312.50TraMfer
._ tlts.i the resignation turned In by OnimVAT. STATUS AIOVOHinmVAV
Maintenance Foreman Bill Inn FROM FWITT Valuation of 946,084.850.00 965.993.50 From Courthouse

Graudon. The resignation Is lIMiT TONES!'!CITY Fl'NWWAT.MMIT HOME TO Gasoline Tax ...... 24.000.00 Building: Reserve- to Debt 13,265.00

effective Sept. 1 1. The foreman's Tlll\. PrmTC ITKAR1NO will Motor Fuel Tax ... __.-. 1300.00 Total Estimated Receipts! 71,577.50
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n"lI'ul.oun.11
There exists salary is $6,300 a year 11.ld at the Gas and Motor Fuel------------------------ 44,500.00,
now a place and the board Meeting on September n inSO.Bt Balances to be Brought! Forward: Cash 45.15001
.COLOR ., was suprised to 7-0 P.o.f.: .. In be IWnnllnalPtill.llng Road Tax ... __ .._.._
el5xir pal.t that is illegal in most of learn that he also works many In the PITY OF KKY-: County Surplus 5000.00 Total Estimated Receipts And Balances 116727.51
VINCENT PRICECHRISTOPHER 0 the world where peopleran hours over-time and was paid STONIiinioHTS.: Vlrg-le!' FLORIDA.Homer. City of Starke Reimbursement Temple Avenue. 4,000.00
Clerk
LEE take their pleasures last year a total of about$7,630. City 8.213t ,.f Total Estimated Receipts -. -. 144793.50 Estimated Expenses! Sinking! Reserve Fund Bradford County

without fear and without Less 5% _......__.. 7.239j67 For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1970

..OMAMERICAN INTERNATIONAL :1 1 harassment! NOTICE 93% of Estimated Receipts. _.. 137553.83 St Petersburg Bank & Trust Company

Balances To Be Brought Forward: Cash ._ 15000.00 Retirement of Bonds
The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County 1980-Transfers From Capital Outlay 20.217.30Total Interest. __ ... . 43,312.50
STARTS WEDNESDAY will meet on Monday, September 8, 1969 at 10: A.M. for
SpyAN Principal 15,000.00
: Estimated Receipt and Balances .. 172,771.33
the purpose of hearing requests and complaints regarding (MjJ1qoe Levied Last Year 1.14 Estimated This Year Total Appropriations .. .___ __. u 58312.50
the 1969 1970 budget .and' from day to day thereafter If
The love Bug 90199-Reserve for Cash Balance to be

It is deemed necessary. Eillmited Expenses Road A Bridge Maintenance Fund Carried Forward .-- 58.41501
ESCAPE FROM Estimate of Revenues an Receipts Bradford County Bradford County Total Budget 'Should Equal Amount Available

I I REALITY General Fund For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1970 for Budgeting Form CF-415)! 116727.51

For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1970 Salaries. ..... 100233.59 This Is a true and correct copy of the Budget! as adoptedby

TAXES 4.1i: :Mills on assessed Mileage, Per Diem, Road Foreman _. 100.00 the Hoard of County ('omml'l loncrs of Bradford County

Valuation of $48,081.85 .. .__ .....__ 191252.13 Other Road Supplies -. ..._ 700.00 on August 11. I9R9. Charles A. Darby Clerk Circuit Court.

Federal Reimbursement Civil Defense __..____.. 8200.00 OM, Fuel Oil, Lubricants ._. 8.200.00

Insurance Agents License' ... .. __.. ....._e 400.00 Maintenance County :Barn _. ._ 100.00 Estimate of Revenues and Receipts! Bradford County

Railroad & Telegraph) License __ ..____.__ 500.00 Tines, Repairs ...._. 20000.00 Courthouse Construction Special Time Deposit Fund

Boat Registration License .. ...__.......... 750.00 Small Tools ._.._. 100.00 For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30. 1910

Mobile Home License __.. u..___.. .__..__ 350.00 Road Tax Due Munlcpslltles .. .... 6,037.32 Interest _. __. .- .. ._____ 750.00

( Intangible. Tax .. ._ .. .. .. .__. .. .___. .... 6,750.00 Insurance 8.200.00 Total Estimated Receipts .. .__. 750.00

4 b. F I yriul4Yr.C i Cigarette Tax ..__. .___ .__.._... ... 3600.00 Timber ft other Bridge. Supplies _._ 4000.00 'L.ess5'rr -- .. .. _.____. .. 37.50

Mosquito( Control. State Board! Health State I .. 16000.00 Expense Right of Way. ..._ 5200.00 95';; of Estimated Receipts 712.50

opg Mosiulto Control State II. Board Health w____ 2.160.00HIsptal Purchase of New equipment --._ 20,217.50 Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 100,000.00

-; 'Sf,feve,[ r Aid to Indigents .__.....__..._. 2200.00 Total Appropriations .._..__... 169.088.41 Total Estimated Receipts and Balances: 100712.50

Occupational License __ ..... .__. ..__.. 2200.00 Reserve for Contingencies: -.- 3,682.92 Estimated Expenses Courthouse Construction

d..,va Beverage License __ .... __. .__u.e.u 150.00 9019-County (Not to Exceed) Special Time Deposit Fund Bradford County

1a r j Advertising Delinquent Taxes Tax Collector .. 500.00 94,194, -Sheriff ((10% of Total Budget) For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1970

_f MI I I II I I Clerk Circuit Court Receipts ...__... ...._.._.. 15000.00 -otherto199Resern Courthouse Construction ... _-. 100,112.50

." I," County Judges' Receipts __ .. .. __.._.....u... 8000.00 for Cash Balance To Be Total Appropriations -_ 100.712.50

I Tax Assessors Excess Fees .___. _____. ...._____ 1,500.00 Carried Forward Total Budget Should Equal Amount Available.

rite" as II I Mosquito' Control. Local Grant, 8200-Liquid investments (Cost for Budgeting. Form CF-415)) 100712.50

Donations Relmb. .. ...__ .___....__ 5000.00 Total :Budget (Should Equal Amount Availablefor

I Preparation Tax Roll .._ .. .__...._....... 250.00 Budgeting. Form CF-4W 172771.33 This Is a true' and correct copy of the Budget as adoptedby

City of Stnrke. Civil Defense _____.__..._.- 2,500.00 TIlls U a true and correct copy of the Budget aa adoptedby the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford Countyon
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II Sale! of Dragline: Mosquito Control ... ___.._e______ 500.00 the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford Countyon August 11, 19fi9. Charles A. Darby. Clerk Circuit Court.

Rents .. .. __ n__ .... .__._ ._......._ 1680.00 August 11, 1969. Charles A. Darby, Clerk Circuit Court. Estimate of Revenues and Receipts Bradford County

Motor Vehicle inspection _. _.. ____..__.. 18,000.00 Outlay Fund
Estimate of Revenue and Receipts Bradford County Capital
Want the Combination? Other Revenue Receipts. MUc. Revenue ..._... 3000.00 Fine .A Forfeiture Fund For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30. 1970

Total Estimated Receipts ._. ..___" __ 290442.13 For' The Fiscal Year Ending September 30. 1970 Interest ... __ '_ .-._.. -_. .. -. .-_.. .. 500.00
Leaf 5 M J __ ._. .. .._ _... .. ._......._ 14522.11 Total Estimated Receipts . 500.00
Taxes 2.156 Mills on assessed -- -.n

.. 95 J of Estimated Receipts -. 275920.02 Valuation, of $$46,084 99.358.94Pines Less !5% .._.. .. . .-- -. 25.00
.
v"ti riMrtl 1 .h for car repair rob.. rpenw.,, h" I "'AIM
30000.00
- PM,..... "(.lull* lr.vtl or.n\ 'h.. .rthwhil, 'just i'.'... will Balances tt be Brought Forward: Cash .__ II Forfeitures ... .._.._...__ 30000.00 95',; of Estimated Receipts 475.00
wh, tint phonv ..now1 Your .*.tll, p,< |p..",... r.."rl., with uvnhef 8200 Liquid Investments Cost) CrvllFees ._ -... 1875.00 Balanced to be Brought Forward: Cash . 42834.48

)U. to.h. eum6n.nonmph" 1980 Transfers ... ___ ..._._ ... ... 123,077.50Total ? and Balances 43,309.48Esllmated
Total Estimated Receipts ._..... 131233.94 Total Estimated. Receipts -
, Estimated Receipts: and Balances ... ____ 428.997.52 -
Less 5% ... 6.361.70
.' (MmaJre Levied Last fear 3.279 Estimated This Year Expenses Capital Outlay Fund Bradford County
95% of Estimated Receipt ...__ 124.67224 For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1970
.l DIAL 964.7449 Estimated Expense General Fund Bradford County Balances to be Brought Forward: Cain $ 23091.98

LOANS TO $600 For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1970 8200 Liquid Investments (Coot) Transfer to Read tt Bridge Fund $20,217.50

Salary, County Commissioners ....___ ...e_.. 12420.00 1980 Transfers Total Appropriations __. -_ J 43,309.48
TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Mileage, Expenses. County Commissioners .... 2250.00 Total Estimated) Receipts) and Balances ._ 124,67224 Total :Budget (Should Equal Amount Availablefor

Matching! Funds Retirement & Social Security. 16280.37 (rM1Uapoe Levied Last Year 1.69 Estimated This Year Budgeting. Form CF-415) 43,309.48

226 N. TEMPLE: AVE. STARKE Insurance, County Commissioners ... __________.. 2000.00 This Is a true and correct COy! of the Budget as adoptedby

Advertising Delinquent Lands .. ...._..........- 900.00 Estimated Expense Fine Forfeiture Fond the Board of County Commissioners of. Bradford Countyon

Communication Costs __. ._ ._.. ._.......__._ 2700.00 Bradford County August U, 1999. Charles A. Darby Clerk Circuit Court.

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school. Mr. Register sa-ld that ...
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Home Salesmen I flpssrrs flfl .rrr brook. CLEKK County JUCIBC ,m and for Hrail-
Improvement the Florida state law requires S. C. 8-U 4t 0-4 ford Countv. Florida for an order
that they live at least two miles Visiting! Mr. and Mrs. L. K. of dl trll.ntIon and for final

Warned To Get Licenses from school. Lunch prices this LAWTEYBy THERESSABy Childs last week was her nephew Notice Of Application For Tax a.dlsrhnrice of the. will an. ahnlnI81..aI0l'of El>a M. Scott c. t., '.
year will remain the same he Rufus McClellan and Deed
said 30 cents pupil. including Ema Blaoohard family of Mlnml. See. IIM.Ifl. F. N. thatMrs. deswTmi m John CrlllvWllllom
mortage or note to contain any per Dorothy Mill Notice 1M Hereby Given John Crllly
State Comptroller Fred Dick- blank spaces after signing. milk. Extra milk for lunch Fhooe 471-1518 Mr. and Mrs. Robi.rt Fine of June Holding the holder has of Myron r. Prevntt
inson has warned home Improvement s-V.-s S SSssss S rsptrr an the following certificates
Salesm?" m..v r,n+ of.nt nr request will be three cents per carton. Miami visited her !grandpar filed said certificates for a tax Myron C PrevnttKey.on"0He1Si'.t..,('
finance
salesmen and a 'signed completion slip Adult lunches:: are 50 cents. STORK SHOWER rrrssrfltnsss tflnfl ents. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sullivan deed to be Issued thereon. The .. Florida. 32058
that violating number nnd years orIssuance .
companies they are -
a new state law if they are for a Job before the work has which Includes either milk. coffee The home of Mrs. James Wednesday afternoon! en- certificate, the description' of the Attorney for AdmlnI8Irntol'8-21 4t D.11 V
business without being actually been completed. or tea.Faculty Waters was the setting for a Hope Baptist Church route to Jacksonville, where property and assessed the names are a.tot In. --
doing licensed the Comptroller'soffice. __ Home improvement con- at the school this stork shower given Tuesday Sunday School 10 a.m.: Mrs. Fine wag to partlcioate in which I ow.It: was In Tfie Coimtr Jii by tractors are not absolved of year Include Mrs. Dee Canova. night of last week in honor of Morning Worship 11 a.m.: final examination to becomea Certflpnte. 41. Year. of Issuance And For Urn.lfor.1 Count. Floe.Cd. -

Under the new law -- the their responsibilities to the kindergarten: Mrs. SlUrra Balr. Mrs. Cary Smith. Cohostesses Training Union, 6:30: p.m.; Registered Nurse after three Description 11)67. of Property SE,.. I I ". In ProfcnteI
Florida Home ImprovementSales homeowner because the financing primary I: Mrs. Margaret Cup- were Mrs. R. E. Lee, Evening Worship 7:13: ; Wednesday years training ttt Jackson :Memorial Of roa' '.. SEC: 2-03-22E.. I File >o. 1-lttMt FKAKliPAYNK
and Finance Act -- all for a job has been given to itt. Primary 2; Mrs. Ernestine Mrs. H. E. Priest, Mrs. Er- evening Prayer Service. Hospital in Miami. Roblnsnn.Name In which assessed Pearl In Re':HAERTL.R.Kftnle nereased.NOTICK of .
a third party. Also mort- Register, Primary 3; Mrs. Ma nest Wells and Mrs. George 7:30.: with choir practice after- Lori! Jason and Todd Mills All of Mah1/ property being In TO 'nF.OITnltTn *
salesmen firms working which for handle construction more- gages and notes cannot be sold bel! Fletcher. Primary 4: Mrs. Roberts. Wllrd. apent last week visiting their Florida.the County of Bradford Slate or All Creditors CIRIlUS or And 1"80n"JJa'lnlt eiiand5Agn1nt

than two home improvement separately from the home Improvement Lynn Goldman. Primary 5; Mrs. Games were played during Welcomed Into the membership grandfather.' Harold Mills: aunt. Unless such certificate or certificates ", !Sold nstflteYmt :
$5dO eacha contract which must Earselene Zimmerman Primary the evening, and prizes awarded of Hope Church by baptism /IMl s Dorothy Mills and Cousins shall he redeemed according nnd each "r ynli are Iere->I'PIIPnt -
of over to law the property reqtIIIP'l. tn \
racts
year's time must be licensed, include certain information 6. (Primary 4, 5, 6 repre- to the winners. The host- !! were Cathy: and Ken Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan: scribed. In mich. certificate d"-I by notified anv nn"clal"o" an.1 ,1"I11Anl'
be audited by the Com- esses presented the honoree and Cathy certificates will be sold to thehighest either of )'011.
by the state. Consumer finance may sent intermediate grades): Whitehead: Angela Jr. and/ Rusty. 'their Parents. l.ldcler, at the courthouse which you or 11..' estate ofPr.Aflt'
companies: and individualswho Dtroller's office. Miss Jan Paul. Mrs. Lila. Dyal. with a car seat as a memento Puyne: George! Payne Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mill. Jr., door on the first I Monday may have P.\acral..ot Y-lI': 11.rnTLF.: de-.
finance the contracts must teacher aides: Mrs. Martha of the occasion. Tom Tyre. Baptismal rites wera spent! Saturday night and Sunday In :month of October.October.10330.!> which 1919.( c..ap.l.nt.. .. of saI(1 I ..""ntto
of 11I'0.lfnr,1
6th day
also be licensed. r. Smith librarian: Carlos Thorn.on Cake and fruit punch were held Sunday afternoon! August here and the children returned Is Dated the thia 30th day of July the ('nt.fltv. Florleln..Ttilge",nt his"fC'ninty. offIce. In

Violators of the law can receive !. custodian; Mrs. Florrie served to the 24 guests. 17 at the honr> of Rev. and with them to their homeat 1069 the COIIIl'0'I5'. of wiIi connty cnl-atStarkO.
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punishment of as muchas HAMPTONBy Belle Brown, cafeteria. manager BIBLE SCHOOL CLOSES Mrs. Merle Packham on Silver Atlantic Beach. While here (SEAL) Charles A. mrhy month Florldn.' from within the, tIme six. of

$1,000 and or one year in and Mrs. Clifford Prevatt Vacation Bible School held Lake. Todd enjoyed a vlcrlt and 'sev- Clerk Beulah of Circuit M Moody Court" D.of C.Bradford the endnr. first publication" ol this nnim no-
Jail. Contractors. who do not cafeteria. Bible School eral successful!' fishing trip Florida fi<-.>. Two ro"I"R of each
last week at Grace United County. writ In*.
In
have to be licensed but who Mrs. D. E. Hills Mr. Register will also teach Methodist Church was well at This year's Bible School at with hi, uncle and aunt. ,Mr. SoU 4t 9.T" -& and or demand shall Mate. shall the be nIne nf '.*.
must follow in the In physical education Baptist Church end tomorrow and prstof -e alch'' ,'"
regulations fl4 ,rrrflSSSSSSSSJL three groups tended. The closing exerciseson Hope MM.! Percy Sullivan at .J..I"'M Court IiAnil eldence and ,hesworn
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law, can be fined $500 and or ./ 3.PRE.LA4ING. in the afternoon besides Friday night were a good / night with! an Ice cream Palatka.On The For raulnis'HrniKonl. CalmS *'lorIdn. of the rlnlmint.',the cln'm..nt.nnd' shnll hIs

six months in jail I if they con- : : BEGINS: ; hli principal's duties. H9; urgsd1: showing for the five days work. pony to be held after the final Thursday: Mr. and Mrs. E. to or bv attovnpv' nnd. noroinpnrod -

duct come improvement business SCHOOL STARTS SEPT. 2 all parent to come by the The children sang several numbers classes at the church education S. Slbley: and her sister Mrs.B. In PrlatcI'iIe 'Ia. 1:116: ,, bv a filing rlnlm' fee rr demandnot of" one

through an unlicensed Hampton Elementary School school and meet the faculty, with Mrs. Ernest Wells, al building. Commencement exercises C. Powell of) Miami visited In Re: 1 n tnte, of niva dollar so An'1 f'leil' snrh.h.l1. be void.rTirv .

salesman. faculty began the new school and asked that as soon as at the piano after which refreshments wll) be h'llon Sunday Cedar Keys. Mrs. Powell's1 Notice "or'Tli'ng retltton' For Kllon: .rnyno.Pegorv .
"At this ooint we estimate year Monday. Aug. 18, for two school :starts parents schedule were served. evening at 7:15: at, Hope Church. daughter. Mrs./Mary Joyce Aro- Final nisclinige Of Admlnlstrat "' F.llen:of the Pnvne Fstate. of Pearl
that we have licensed only about weeks of pre-planning! before time for conferences with their Community IIou eThereMil yal: daul"1t! r-ln-Iaw. Mrs. Vernon C. T. A.otIee m.. hereby. "given that I Executrix Payne Ilaertle. 30 per cent of the salesmen .students begin classes Tuesday child's teacher. Each day from Church Activities Community HouseIs Powell. and sister!' of Miami 11ariled my 1>..lltion h. ,110't'lhutlon : (". Prevntte'vMo'ne

and about 10 per cent of the Sept. 2.Principal. 3:15 to 4 p.m., teachers wUl ba Grace United Methodist: Sun- having Its "face liftd" this strived Friday for a ndmlnIRI.'n"'I'nnd r.1'. final.e. t. a.dl.c'hart'Cs or 'tiiEataIr nt flplirht'T.n'. Ft"'ld', '
finance companies who fall into Lennard Register available for conferences he day School 9:45; Worship ser- week with the interior being weekend visit with the Slbleys. of "1.\ \1. !scorr. 1.- Attorney for the l>: tnl"
this area," the Comptrollersaid. th'.t 0... 21 cit of 1:1"1't.'mber : 8.21 4t 1).11)
anl
new at the Himptcn school this said. vice, 11. Choir practice 7 p.m. painted and minor repairs being and Mrs. Sibley and her! guests con cl I 1)69.) I will al"ly In Ihe '..
He pointed out that anyone year, asked that new and or FIRE DEPT. MEETING: followed by MYF Wednesday.First made. visited! their cousins.!' Mr. and Honorable' h..rnn.A.. lawn
licensed transfer stud nts come by the Donations to the Hampton Baptist: Sunday School Good Wishes:; Mrs. Cabins Youngblood. at Willston -
under the Florida Con-
struction .school immediately to register. Area Fire Department have 9:45; Worship serivces 11 a. To Cleveland Sullivan for his on Saturday.!

Board is Industry exempt from Licensing being If they have not previouslydone amounted to $270.98 to date m. and 7:30: p.m., Training birthday! August: 17: to Angela Rusty Sullivan snent most of

license by his office but not so.-Mcnday though Friday Willard Thomas! announced at Union 6:30: p.m. Midweek ser- Payne who entered Bradford lapt t week visiting his grandpar ,

exempt from following other between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.. the meeting last Thursday even- vices Wednesday 7:30 p.m. County Hospital in Starke Mon ents. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
regulations in the law. before the regular school term Ing. This revenue will! help In; School Church of God: Sunday day for surgery on Tuesday; Stride's at Flora'iome, and "This ain'toeheehaw"

Included in the regulations begins. securing the use of a building YPE 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. and to Percy Sullivan Jr.. who Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan at
designed to safeguard against Regular classes start Tuesday to house the fire trucks discus- Thursday 7:30: p.m. returned to Ms home Saturday' Palatka.
sed at the session! last week.: After spending several days at
home improvement frauds are: the day after Labor Day Mr. and Mrs. TommyJenklns
-- It is now illegal for a at 8:10: a.m. until 3:05: p.m. For Present were Mr. Thomas J. of Greensboro, N. C. were Bradford County Hospital last

home improvement contract, students who ride busses togCOTTY'S Dunn. F. Meng, P. Msng, C. visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. M. week. At'OVST 13 1009.I ,
Denn son. D. Hill!, B. Stone and McClendon on Saturday:: and Shower Carl Hurst. Mayor of the

Raich Trlsler.PERSONALS. their niece Van Futch, of Clay About thirty friend! gathered City of of the Stark authority Klorldn'vested by virtue In-

: Hill is spending the week with tit the 'fheressa Community me by law. do hereby call a
SPECIALS Rev. Fred Dodd of Keystone them. Houte on Friday evening, Au:. First at the Primary Election Station In to the beheld
Heights is serving as guest pas Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson tint!' 15, for a stork shower for aforesaid lirgy ,1uH1iried I voters -
tor at Hampton Baptist Churchfor and children of Hollis- Mrs. Dw'glit! IIcrs y. R fr'sb- on Tuesday* September 9th.
D., for the purpose of
two Sundays Aug. 17 and: ter attended evening servicesat merits of ci'kepunch, mints Electing 1969 A. the following) oflcers.,
24. while the pastor is on vaca First Baptist Church and and mils w!rci enjoyed and the City Clerk-Fo Twoears..
Wood Patch Avg.Ret.. tion. Rev. and Mrs. Melvin friends were pleased to greot lionorec received! many lovely Chief, Of Police For 'twoYears.

Hamel are visiting relative for them. and useful! puts. 1IayorFor Two Year.
4 two weeks. PraY meeting! Mrs. Freeman Starling, and PERSONALSDiane Councilman: Councilman, For
2 One
For filling holes nicks, chips & cracksin services In the t absence of the Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Starling and Weeley Davis ofStarke TwoS Group Yell n.-

wood. pastor are under the leadershipof of Jacksonville were visiting vlilt''d their cousins. Group 4 Y"II'S.Jnspectors- One. CouncilmanFor
James Broome and Jake Mrs. J. T. Reddish Sunday af- Cindy and Jinimv Divls, Sunday Two For Said Election: 211I

Scotty's 27t. Miley. ternoon. night and Monday.Mr. Mrs. Kim-mlnH lienmarlt

Sale Price ____ __ Mrs. Tom O'Neal of Memphis! Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Brad- and Mi*. Percy Sullivan Albert Mrs Mytrlce FosterMrs. ,Dennis
ley and son and Mr. and Mrs. J 1::. Hardy
been visiting here cf Palatka
Tenn. has visited his parents
; -______ Randal Bradley of Jacksonvillewere 51 r.. Mnrwarvt Williams ANNIVERSARYSALE
with her )parents Mr. and Mrs. iMr. and Mr. Cleveland Sullivan Mrs Pegtty Shaller
A. Williams! and Saturday supper guestsof and their Mrs. Eil Prevail
J. daughters. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brad son. Percy Jr. Mrs. Ethel Haymond (Alternate
and with her sister.! Mrs. Avoy and famllv. on Saturday. )
:Younker and family. ley.Visiting Mrs. Edwir Wilkinson!' an<2 Mrs. R. O. DansbyMrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ella ala ChaxteenMrs.
Mrs. Don Pearson and children daughter Carl of ITollister Picketing
WI1 ffl Plastic Clark on Saturday were; Mrs.Clark's ?ne L. N ,
of Miami arrived Sundayfor brother in law visited rousim!' Harold Mills In Mrs'1'.9tlmoo1o'.h..eof.Ed Tenly I. here-
TUB ENCLOSURE a week's visit here with her and sister Mr. and Mrs. G. and Miss! Dorothy Mills Friday unto Miilmcrllie mv n.ime and
parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. C. Davis of Jacksonville.:: evening.Mrs. cause hereunto the Seal affixed of .said this town, tho to Olh be S THIS WEEKEND I

.: 4 :? Heavy 3/32" Plastic with crepe Matchett. The Ralph Wise and Mitchell Percy Sullivan Jr. and day of September. A. D., 1J69. I

: : finish. Dendy Herndon of Waldo was Brown families and Mrs. John Rusty visited!' their uncle, D. A. SEAL) Carl Hurst Every mobile home

----- Retail 27.95 an overnight visitor Sunday with Brown June and Janet have returned Barrlnirton. nt RTelro last CARI. Ht'RST. MAYOR reduced.
Avg. drastically
,----- 1, Randy Hicks. after spending two weeks Monday. Vlsitln: the Snlllvana ATTKSTMerrill: HOWARDS ndwardsMERRILL. CITY
Scotty's Mrs. Leonard Lyons of Park- at Kingsley Lake. They enjoyed Sundny wn Mrs. Sullivan's Save up to $1000. $25

Sale Price 1895 of-the-Palms :has! been absent fishing and picnlclng and father. Marshall Strickland of V V deposit holds the
from her usual! piano-lesson ses- Larry Brown had the good luck Florahome.Mr. '/ '
"It's not difficult to meet expenses
home of choicefor
Spcctal Sato PrteM good thru August 30th slons her each Tuesday. aoe to catch a seven pound bass. and Mrs. Topsy Brown these days. In fact, your

she has been with her son-in- Mrs. R. H. Futch was honored nnd family have returned froma meet them time up to 30 days at
law. Paul Travis, who has been with a birthday party given on visit of several days with Mr. you every you our sale price.
4205 N. W. 6th St. Phone 378-1619 In the hospital) In Tennessee.' Sunday at Strickland's Landingon end Mrs. Jimmy Carsat Sea-. turn around.

GAINESVILLE FLA. Ginger Jones of Jacksonvillewas Kingsley Lake. Centeringthe p

an overnight visitor here picnic table was the beau-
Sunday with Wendy HU1. tifully decoritsd five tier Mr. and Mrs. Cary Smith SEE'T1iPaint V
Rufus Bennett of Jacksonville cake. Those taking part in announce the arrival of a son
,
CASH BUYS MORE AT was a weekend visitor with his this pleasant occasion were Mr. on Sunday Aug. 17, at the UnIversity People 1IIf BoXeL.

uncle and nunt, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Brooksey Futch, Mr. Medical Center in MOBILE H
I George Kennan. and family.! and Mrs. Carl Fulsom of Lakeland Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. ,
SCOTTY'Shome Tony Kennan and Buck Mathews Little Miss Van Futch of Douglas A. Jones are the ma- Moore
Clay Hill Mr. and Mrs. Bob- ternal grandparents. PAINTSCENTRAL 00
who hays
spent) a 15-day
Mrs. Selma Eunice enteredSt.
bie McClellan of Starke Mr.
builders supply leave here with the Kennans. Vincent's Hospital Sun-
on
and Mrs. J. R. Devore Mr.
returned to Ezlln AFB 5887 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARDJACKSONVILLE.
near and Mrs. Obed Pauley Mr. and day where she expects to undergo PAINT

Pen acola Tuesday. Mrs. Macel Pauley and son, surgery this week. She INC. Register for 5OOO BTU Chrys

. '-""" v rer p er Br er iF BF 1>ip Mr. and Mrs. Melson Privett has prayers and best wishesof STORES, t Ie r room air-conditioner
Mrs. Robert Norman and children her friends. 'o36 NW. 13th STREETGAINESVILLE FREE E Drawing 6 P.M., Sunday.
Wellson 2... Live Entertainment'Gifts
Visiting Mrs. Ernest August
Mrs. Ola Starling, Mr.
GAINESVILLE Businesir Directory Galore.
5; and Mrs. Larry Norman and Sunday were Mrs. Ruth Bar- PHONE 378-1281
low Mrs. -
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nugenand daughter
Ruth of Mlddleburg.JeMl .
L.M. McClellan. ...."" .,

Conditioning-Heating Farm and' Industrial MOBILE HOMES ,- : : ..uulIm.I
Equipment ,

Air Conditioning MUSTANG Islands

Heating; By Santa Fe Tractor, V
Inc.
Mobile Homes
General Electric ,
FORDFarm t
Ti,' GIO CUMrtcUyoaMw t
Tractors It Implements
Rusa's Shed Metal. Inc: Gainesville's DUcnuat Mel lIe
Gainesville: -2320 N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT Home Sales LoL

Tel. 376-8282 I SALES PART SERVICE NEW MOON CAPELLA a.r C-
"""" ;
BRONZEWOODLow
GARDEN SUPPLIES
AUTO SALES Monthly Payment. FINEST RESORTS t

BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson Paris, Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134I 4.. -4i TAKE YOUR CHOICE t

_
OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS .
MOTORCYCLES
SALES SERVICEFine Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS HoMsy M this MmMropfcil' ptradb >
Selection of Used Cart YAMAHA-BMW just 20 miles from Florida. hi t

Taken On Cadlllie Trade I f/ a Mtting of unsurpassed scenic tt t

201 N.W. 13th Ph. 3T8-M01 We Rent Fertilizer. Spreaders eq cee4m a / beauty enjoy Indoor and outdoor

224 N.W. tth Ph. 378-0478 .ool. swimming sandy beaches _
I
CRANE Sales Parts service I fishing boating driving

LINCOLN MERCURY !MATERNITY WEARFOR 615 W. University 378-2811 rang ... putting green .3 of the __

Authorized Sales Service MOTHERSTOBEA 1lUSICBALDWIN best golf courses on the Atlantic t V II t

2201 N, Main Ph 372-4373 FULL LINE: OFLlnerie : Ocean all types of entertainlounges. ,,- -
Atlantic
Crane ImportsVolvo Slacks __
Dresses Oc
an.
MO Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits Inest beaches Dehoe ._.actwmwdatkxis conditioned IF want the best car you

606 E. University PIANO& ORGANS ...championship..... guest rooms suites you
I
EXPECTANTLYYOURS marina..imraTdMH
I
Phone 372-4251 fOOI8and low budget family kitchenettes.
CHOId OV TM ARTISTS'G'vllle
INC. Exceptional convention Children's counselor.NMM :. can get for the money. .
.(JiPltaM MUSLCco. facilities for 1I'0UIII2O to 2500.
Motors Inc.TOYOTA .
Barkley free at-your-door pecking.A rasp best Auto
7M W. University Opp. S.F..J.C. of rates for honeymoon couples you certainly want the very

Shopping Ctr. 37M353: .families with children. Every Loan can get. one of our fast, realmoneysaving
Mechanical CONTRACTORK. thing so you can! enjoy/ your vacation. t you t
4 wheel drive and cars TOn AND TEENS all-Inclusive bank
'
MOVERS I -
Sales Part Service SUMMER FUN SPECIALFor

Clean Used Toyotas E. Hyde Ent. Inc. I ages 6 to 18, everything from S AUTO LOANS!
S Distance. M..1aC
1700 N. Main 376-1266 Long circus acts teen dances, bsM-
Thompson'. Refrlceratlon Storace PackUc games beachfront cookouts.

Beauty Academy Service Crating Shlp U< several track I swimming field movies pools skits tennis, I See the car, see us, and SAVE! t

Heating Air Conditioning Free Estimates Call girls charm classes.Supervised .

POWELL'S Repairs on White Appliances HILL'S by 14 recreation leaders.
Industrial Combustion Service Special program for small fry, _
Beauty Academy Boiler Room Sale & Service with i nursery and activities pared
Van Service, Inc. to the special tastes of small tots 2 to 8. t
3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville AT IKUNSWICK.! CtORGIA.
Learn a Profession Your 3540 N.E. Waldo IU. O'TlU
Telephone 3722162MEN'S TAKE CAUSEWAY M EASt
Spare Time. Full or Part Time 31S-C7J 4V MILES TO TWOCCAA FLORIDA
219 N.W. 10th 378-2766
r.AIL COUPON TOu..uWasd.rsr.Stuck.jg.aJr .. -
WEAR PAINT GLASSLIDDELL Retail .Headwiarten. DEPT. 1
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC p.o. lex 117 Jekrfl ktlsss. ; ....... 31320 RTA t
STAG 'N DRAG PAINT & 'BANK: : AT STARKE t
I : a WMdirtr Rttart Q Corulr" a Stucluy's Carriage, hsi D Noiwymoe
Griffin SnIU GLASS CO. C C..vs.tmnn,, C COltpla C menfly." C ....11.; .. gate.Add' .

Motor Repair Co.Of S Arrow Shirts Florshelm Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors .. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

Oalne.ville. Inc. Formal Rentals Tub Enclosures Shower Door, I I ,

Repairing Rewinding S Ladles Sportswear Furniture Tops Windows : Cn>_ _St,t. h One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
tttnr jvd Used 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand Awnings. L_ ___________a__..__.._.;;..__.___..a ,

1'11.N.. W. Iltb Ph. 31I-M18 GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. S'D-I1Il FAMOUS tlSOITt] At OOIFMAVIN; JIKTIL: ISLAND, CIODGIA .
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l KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROS"E" !I


Architect's sketch of proposed new laocuUry of the Key.

I r -'-, II .. _..._ ..... orW.RbII' __ '" "PV I stone Heights First Baptist Church showing how It will be
connected with the present church right) by a covered walk


eystone Nil ifes- Hears FellowshipClub DirectorOf way.


By JIM FOX I. Prison School

Pfeaae Phone In Your Items 473-414S ,
M.\. B. Jordan supervisor of
i mental horticulture at the Florida

.. State Prison gave an interesting
"' ". "-." "- ." 'I'fIIf'.. ..,., talk on his experienceand

I L B ': :\ 'J Inmates"work at with the monthly the "student lunch-

eon meeting of the FellowshipClub
in the Masonic Temple on

August 14.

Mr. Jordan said that many of '"-
his "graduates" are doing outstanding -

work in several. states

and named:: one student who Is

directing now earning threa a high landscaping level salary projects Keystone Baptist Church Announces Plans

in the Miami area.

a o- June Ridaught When Mr. Jordan came tt For New

,i r '111i Weds Mr. BanciuIn little Raiford or 11 no years shrubbery ago there grass was Sanctuary Financed By Bonds

Green Cove or landscaptlng to be seen. Ha -

,, <( came there to teach general for Plans the First for a Baptist new sanctuary Church mount ofioOooowith Guaranty would grow by !SI to 110 per turn will be of acoustical tile
Miss June Winona Ridaught farming ,and management of of Bond & Securities Corporation cent in the next ten years, and designed for the best possible
Keystone Heights to
meet
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold :poultry, hogs and beef but present and projected needs of of Nashville; Term serving as that membership in the church; acoustics.

M L. Rldaught. of Palatka. soon went into the horticultural the community for the next the flnncing agency. would probably double duringthe The contractor will furnisha
Held. In May of each year, the A kick off dinner to launch 20
ton heat
Steven -
And Virgil Banciu. son ten years were announced this same period making a pump completeand
the bond sale will be held the
._ of Dr. ani :Airs. George S. annual flower show at the prison week. larger seating capacity necessary with well and drain systemfor
gives visual evidence: of the latter part of next week with heating and All
Turke of Miami were united in The building which cooling.
RANDY CLARK (left), member of the YMCA staff at of this program time and place to be announced. lighting will be of
Camp the silent
marilage on July 11 at 811.m.in outstanding progress will Increase seating capacity The goal for start of construction -
In Its to the church
Immokalee received a check from Rotary FreshMit Lon the First Methodist Churchof program. Thirty thousand members to 430 from the present 170 the report Committee, has been set for September switch type
Rushtnn at last Friday's of the Garden Clubs of will be Building Survey with completion It was stated that the bond-
meeting of the Keystone Club. The Green Cove Springs. financed by the sale of said Its study Indicated that expectedsix
check was presented for swimming Instructors provided by The bride was attended by Florida contributed! five cents first mortgage bonds in the a- the Keystone area population months later. ing program will enable church
each making possible the construction The new auditorium will be members and other interested
matronof
member! of the YMCA staff for the annual Mrs Peggy Helm as
summer swimmIng honor, and Charles Helm of the first greenhouse located facing Highway 100, ap- persons to finance the bulling
program sponsored: by the Rotary'Club, The is proximately 50 feet from the program through the purchaseof
served as best man for Mr. at the prison. program
Meeting Set For Next The bonds which will carry an
ROTARY CLUB Ban ciu. divided into one-half classroom WednesdayTo present sanctuary. new
without the necessity of con building will be connected with Interest rate ranging from 6-
William C. Andrews of Given in marriage +>y her teaching and one-half on-the.job
Rep. stant state intervenlon. the old by a "drive through" 1/2 to 7 1/4 per cent, depending
Tallahassee: discussed the recent Relating to the recent problem father, the bride wore a short training. walkway which will enable load- on the number of years to
session! of the FionasState of meandered lakes encountered A-11ne sheath of white silk organza Stanley Crawford. Mr Jordan's Thrash Out Lake Front IssuesThe Ing and unloading passengers maturity.

Legislature, at the Friday by local residents, with matching coat assistant pok9 briefly under shelter inclement weather Any person Interested in
Aug. 15, meeting! of th9 Andrews focused briefly! on the which buttoned to the waist. .and Informed club members The covered walkway the purchase of bonds, whethera
Keystone Heights Rotary Club problem! as he sees it; however, She wore a teardrop short veil that September 25 at 10 a.m appointment of a "Con- ture. This means if the letterof will permit movement to any member of the church or not,
Representative! Andrews, a time did not permit a discussion \ and carried a white orchid bou- is open far a tour of the hor- trol Committee" to investigate the law Is adhered to, that part of the building complex is invited to attend the kickoff -

1968 graduate of the University' of any length. quet. ticulture department at the prl- possible changes in the laws you cannot mow pull weeds, without exposure to the ele- di,tner next week.
of Florida! Law School, vies BINGO Following the ceremony a son. There will be a maximumof governing waterfront property level out the humps and bumps ments. The present educational -

elected to the Florida Haute I itt Bingo Is played! on Friday reception was held in the re- 25 fcr this tour so members on meandered lakes is one ob-
1966. The speaker was introduced : evenings starting! at 7:30.: in creation room of the church. :tateitested\ will bte\ contactisd jective of a meeting called for "In order to do any of the nected to the present auditor- AMERICAN LEGION

by Rotary President Lon, the recreation! hall of St. Wil After a wedding trip to South later 7:30: p,m. Wednesday, Aug. 27, above or any major activity ium with a covered walkway. POST 20J TO MEET
Rushton. liam's Catholic Church. The Florida Mr. ani Mrs. Banciuare \ Game Day will be held at St, at the municipal building la 'Whatsoever you must submita The vestibule of the present

Speaking on the recent l!;;ts. games are open to the public. now residing at 1008 South Anne's Parish House on August Keystone Heights.All request to the State. Then. church will be removed and the American Legion Post 202: ,

lative! session, which row meats Bingo games are also sponsored 4th Street. Apt. 4, Leavenworth.Kan. 23 at 1:30.: Members are askedto State Legislators mem- you must submit to and pay for front bricked with the same Kevstone-Melrcsa. will: hold an
annually instead of bl-annually.! by the American! Legion provide a small gift, not to
Andrews pointed out that! tae on Saturday evenings, starting The bride graduated from exceed 50 cents. the Game & Fresh Water Fish in their infinite wisdom ycu the new auditorium. elected members 0,1. Thuisdiy.:

state agendas have been reduced at 8. at the hall on Highway 21 Keystone Heights! High Schoolin Mrs. Robert Lamblng's son, Commission the Internal Improvement meet standards they set they The Interior of the new Aug. 21, at 8 p.in. in the Legion
from 160 units to 24. north. 1967 and was employed by Sgt. Dodge who made an appeal Fund Board County will grant your request. U, church will contain approximately Hall; Keystone Heights All

He aljo reflected on the nee HERE .V THERE Southern Bell in Palatka and for children's clothing diaf Commissioners and elected however they find your request 5,000 square feet on the members are urged to attend

role of local government, Indi- Mrs. Sari! McDonald Is now Gainesville. pers. and cash far mailing and officials In Clay Bradford, (unacceptable then your request main floor, 768 squarj feet In this meeting.

cating that more responsibility: at home followIng! her recent Mr. Banciu returned from for milk has been able to ship Alachiu and Putnam Counties is denied. ,A very costly the balcony, and 1,152 square
has been delegated to the local confinement in Memorial Hospital duty in Vietnam in June and is one package thrugh the gen and interested property owners and time-consuming procedureat feet on the second floor forpastor's

governments in analyzing and Jacksonville. Prior to now stationsd:: at Fcrt Leaven- erosity of friends. Club numbers have been invited to attend best." study office spac and*. August 20, 1896-The first

solving their own problems.; coming horns on Saturday Mrs. worth as a. Military Policeman. have individually made the meeting Baker said that the meeting dressing rooms Baptistry, successful rotating type dial

McDonald convalesced at the monetary contributions and BUI Baker, Lake Geneva property Wednesday night would be storage.The first floor rear of the telephone system was paterted.
home of her !son Jim McDonald some are collectlni sheeting, owner who precipitated opened by having his attorney building'Will provide a dining- August 21, 1903-Lou Dillon -

1 and fam'.lv'! of Jacksonville.: towels and other items they the meeting by having a warrant Myron Prevatt Jr, read the kitchen recreation area approximately was the first horse to trota
KEYSTONEDRIVEIN She Is now feeling muc better MELROSEBy have at home. There is still a Issued for a Commission law as it applies to so-called 20 x 50. mile in less than two min-

and is happy to receive visitors great need, an3: M/s. Lambing! employee who was taking photographs meandered lakes. This will be The Building Committee recommended utes. She was driven by Mil-

at her home. Joyce Rowe Is grateful to thseho have" on Baker's property followed ''by comments from using the present lard F. Sanders at Readville
Glad to report that Mrs. An- answer j t' "soldier's! appeal. dropped the charges following legislators and representativesof auditorium seats In the balconyof Mass., establishing a record of

thony Davis Is up and around "sodier's 'appeal." a conference with Commlsslsn the Game Commission and the new church. 1 he balcony 1 ::581..

following her recent., fall, In, personnel last week, upon mutual any other state agencies' that will use between 80 and 100 August 30, 1875-The first
Fri.. Sat.,. -. Aug. 22 23 which f'le broke her left arm. Walter '' K! 1ty! Wilson Jr. and ch'ldren.!' Rene and John- agreement that a publlo are Involved of the present seats, and the college chair of music instruction
On Tuesday, Aug. 12. Miss son of Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Wilson John, of Pennsylvania visited meeting would be held to iron Baker said that nominations remainder will be used in the established at Harvard
2001: Julie Walker, whose marriageto Sr.. and Mrs. Carol Buchanan her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. the matter out. will be asked from the floor' for various departments. The choir was -
Raymond Crabtrse: will be Stricklmd or Gainesvillewere A. Ford last week. In a letter' to( property own- members of a Control Committee will require 41 seats and the University, Cambridge
ta space odyssey an event of this Saturday even- married! last Tuesday in Rev and Mrs. C. Glen Mln- ers announcing next Wednes. to head up a concentratedeffort main auditorium will seatabout Mass.

Ing, was entertained with a Folkston. Ga. Mrs Wilson accompanied pledorf and famllv of Nashville day's meeting Baker said: by all interested property 300.
Sun., :Mon, Tues. brunch at the San J:.'! Country : the couple. Mr. and! Tenn. spent about two weeks "In recent years legislation has owners In the area to cor- The building will have four

Aug. 24, 25, 26 Club In Jacksonvills. Mrs.Clark a few with hM! mother, ,Mrs. Jo'hn! A. been passed causing a real rect all poss'ble: proms! ": in inches of blown in insula- KEYSTONE
Hogan was hostess for nljlktekip alarM where Rusty RDS?. Thev all spent a week at hardship on !property owners. respect lo the lakes of FI rlja. tion In the ling rum A and sec-_
'j I I I the party. Fifteen guests were speo! training before Fort Mvrs Beac1 In actual fact now. you do not Baker said this might ba done ond floor complete

invited! to attend Mrs. Hogan going to Viet t Nam for a SarAh E. Parr!?'] has been In own your lake front on all me. by resorting to court action, or sound system with and loud all speakers con--

presented the! honoree with a year. Thlj! will! be his second Alachua! General Hospital but andered lakes in Florida from by seeking changes in the present trols, will amplifier be provided and the HEIGHTS

serving tray. tour of duty there! Is now at the home of her the high water line out into the statJtes.: The committee finished ceiling of the auditor-
.4y Mrs. Raymond Crabtree her Mrs. Grover and granddaugh daughter Mrs Rub'n Ford In lake. Wn-'H alsn tiI"! .. control of an

daughter. Mrs. Donald: R. Bailey ters. Teen and Deanla and Mrs. McMeekln. She had been in the "The State, as owners can already established bark account DIRECTORYRABY'S
and Miss Julie! Walker attended Betty Grover of Staike visited from this effort. -
hosDltal! about two weeks. stop you any activity they fr tuiiu.ng
the graduation of Ray Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dann Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pappy sx 0 choose in front of your Contributions: of a minimum of DRAGLINE WORK'BULLDOZING

mond Crabtree at ceremoniesheld day.Miss celebrated their 39th wedding home, below( this line. By statute $10 per; lot have been asked AUTO

"COOGAN'SBLUFF" at Mercer University Ga.. Carol Rothhammer a anniversary last Sunday. the property owner can from owners of lakefront pro- EARTH MOVING SERVICE
last Friday mornlTi" Mr. Crab- 1963 graduate! of Melrose High Mr. and !Mrs. B. E. Kelley. make no alterations! of 'any na-. perty on msar.derel lakes.
tree a member of Sigma Alpha School and the recipient of the Sr. were brines': callers In Baker said that Sn.: Richard CALL Complete Auto RepairsAir
Melrose Club Pearsall
Epsilon fraternity received a B. Leigh Palaffi 1NSt]( Thiirsdav.. B. Stone of Miami, who introduced Chief Conditioning Repairs
Wed. Thur., Fri., Sat. A. degree with Memorial Scholar'Mp in 1964 Big HeavyConstruction
a major In political DUPLICATE BRIDGE Kmigrants: who arrived the law making saltwater
Aug. 27, 28, 29 30 science and a minor in received the l.tSE degree from Winners at duplicate bridge from the East at J bulkhead regulations ap- &: Automatic Transmission
State College of Arkansas in this historic Lowell I Inc. Service
English.Mr. last i has indicated ,
week were: Mrs. Paley N.J .. ply to fresh water,
and Mr., Tracy W. Conway. Ark on Aug. 8. Boyd pot to homestead "" will attend the Palatka 325-7470- PHONE 473-4404
Baker and! M"s. John Strawn. : that he
braaka rode .
GONEWITH Carol graduated with; a B.A. Prairies inTrr
early ettl3r in the! Lake degree from Little Rock University 1st place: :Mr!. Gav Livingstonand the aame cara that the ** meeting Little Lake Bedford
Geneva area, will be honored in 1968. University ""-,. Rav Starnes, 2nd buffalo hides and range cattle
> She was a -
THEWIND" >on their 50th wedding anniversary of Arkansas exchange place: Mr. Roh"! -t Clare and were shipped out to the Eaat. BEAUTY SHOP
with an open hou'e, being Mrs. Steve Sn''off, Mrs. Evelyn The Depot haa been saved for .
student to Karsal University of iugu.t
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hosted bv their children and Hardv dnrf M'M' Ivn.. Hillver posterity by one individual Door 1969 KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Foreign Stud'ei, Osaka, Japan Harold Warp, who built Pioneer FropartOman
tied for third!
in Pie summer of 1968. She pipe: Mrs. Em- Village at Minden in south cen- You ar. Invltxl to pufcllo .
"r 7ic4. 6m$2 ,Continued On Next PagelCHICKEN] ery C-nner and Miss Bessie Mating- th Ka/itona Height* SHOP
Town Roil
served as graduate assistantof tral Nebraska. and City Park. augu.e 27. 1969.' 7iJO P.M. Phase BUM
Rutherford. *LO O ton own ciuia ao icu ,,
4th place. c* BI COHPOHTABI DUHINO THI HOST
the State College: I! of Arkansas IIVOBTAXT KDITH JOHNSON
MXSltHO. MI PLAN TO TAX UNTIL AU PABTIIS AU BXA1U.nalaaaa Owner
Department of English during Persona and
: Costive Hair tyltaaT -
!!: Pie past year and has been tha .",... omalala haravlth who!mould. oopr ba ot pro,,.,..nt lattara and non or boon Invitation ln. .lt to l. f Kr rr farm of Beauty
awarded a teaching fellowshipby How ToGuard T",.,. l*tt.r ,. *olo..d' for Pour ln'or".ti011 s. *<> .h 1' th l ," aa.tln. Culture Tutw.-a. 9-*: etowd
blry 0011.4.(

I, RIBS Tulsa the Okla University for the of coming Tulsa] Your.. to tha Ion will alao.. rind anoloxd a .flrar" .hl.h li to ba alraulataa' dloudaT.

oKt% academic: year.Attending K !. not ton taiwral. to 001'. .bU.'....'mil tha our.....1'.4'thu situation part" or Florida*a find if'ounaltaa aoaathliu BUILDING MATERIAL

BEEF U'e commencement ValuablePapers now 10 roooat In. T"1'.'..r alao. Initiation analoaal hoe for' b..n jour paaaad Information...Unll and a..root.U.no..r4."lp. HARDWARE

exercises! in Conway were her en proparty ownara. Ill ACTUAL FACT, NOW, IOU DO NOT OWN TOUR 13.11
FRONT ON ALL KBANDBRBD flff IN 'LORI 3., FROH THB HZOH WATBH LZNB BROOKLYN
PORK mother Mrs Grant Rothhammer
OUT ZVTO THB LAKB.
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and slater! Mrs. Dale Priceof '',. . SUPPLY HOUSELumber
... .
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ownara. atop from
you .n."
am ; ''' '
STATE RD. 214 (SMITH LAKE) Tulsa, Okla.Congratulations. ."00.. In front or jour hoe balow thla Una. By "tutI, tna, prop. .
to Miss Den- arty ownor aaa aaka HO ALTERATIONS OF ANT NATUJB. Thla ....... If' ,,,. Plywood BaUder'sHardware
latter of t.. 1.. la adharad to, you ..nno, man, pull ...d.. laral Hooting Sheetrock
Ise Ollrie who! celebrated her The valuable papers you accumulate in out ,,,. "".P. and buapa. do any fllllnc, ata., .,.. -
Paneling Paints Insulation
Open Friday Saturday Sunday birthday last week. life-birth certificates, marriage certificates la ordar to do any of' t". abora, or' anj aajor activity .".,-.o. Tools Electrical & Plumbing
Mr. and .nr, you mat aubalt .., .,.,.. -
Mrs. M. M. Gano a .q. ta tha Than ..., aubalc
11:00( A.M. TO 9:00: P.M. and daughters Sherrl and Sally wills, mortgage records, and countless uflolt..1.40.to and FAX FOB ,,,..... (3) .."......,. by .,.,. a.anctaa. you If, .10 tRalr' Supplies.
you Mat t .d.r4. ,
thay oil
other legal and tnay will grant your Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-48M
of St. Augustine visited! his personal papersall raquaat. If', howaTar, '''.' find your' raquait _oo.p..blo. than
could be destroyed your' raquait la danlad. A met COSTLY AND TIKI CONSUM1 FSOCBDUBB
beyond recognition by
brother
OPERATED BY : and family Mr. and AT UST.'I'll..

Mrs. Ovid Gano and daughter.Me's fire could be lost or stolen. .... ..... bon ...... ruaora' ,,,.... Kara baan CONCRETE PRODUCTS
TONIE AND PAUL HALL thraata and
>a. Sherri and Sally spent :And then there are priceless personal articles pro.,... of aotlon In sours" atoppaga of' ordinary alatananoa
the weekend l with Melissa. Sally with TJII Sf proparty _.1''. ata. In tna paat. KITH 'THIS KUTZNO KB FORCONCRETE
: many great sentimental val ZNTIND ONCB AND FOR ALL MOW WHAT THI LAS, AASl WHAT CAN AND
PHONE 473-3072
went 'lome Sunday and Sherry such CANNOT M.OONI BI OWN ns'uND B 1'IIU. LAWSt ANO 11 T ALL PROPBRTf PRODUCTS
ue, as family photographs school
stayed until. Wednesday. Miss row5I0o5Iso.own' I. BIlOW 1fR&1' MB TBJBIt liB 'RB "CIllO 1)51.133 5011 CISIGIS dye CALL OR SEEEdward'
Kim Bsthune of Gainesville and college mementoes and diplomas,

was also a guest at the Gano postage stamp, and currency, collections, Wa 'nt.... to oall tor an anltatlonal wa.tln that .....'n. Building
by aakln for' .
te' Smith Lake noalnationa fro t" floor' for a CONTROL
Grocery home not to mention stocks and bonds. .Th.. CONTROL COHHITTSB will b. ".... of aanaral. aparatlona> COIHUTTIB.of a son.ntr.t.d Supply, Inc.

$ra Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tomllsonand There is only one SURE protection to aorraat affort all poaalbla or all problaaa Intaraatad In part the,' ''raapaot'' In> tKla to araa tho. lakaa or Florida of 728 8. MAIN 372-4844
family of Florida. This Co..",.. will alao ,.... aontrol of' .
Chicago visited store every important personal and legal an alnady a t.b11.h.d > Gainesville, Florida
bank sorest for fundln tnia, affort. ..
This
7 A Week account hoe be.
1e Open Days her parent Rev. and Mrs. paper, every sentimental memento, every opanad.. la tha aaaa of THB LAU RCOION CZTZZXN3 CUKNITTBB.For .

George HUdabran on Lake valuable piece of jewelry where it your ......n1o..o. and for tha raoorda. or tha Carnal tt.. wa NURSERY *
Swan.
Sgt. and Mrs. CAN NOT be damaged, lost or stolen wa-Ass1 35i101Poeda a NINnNs DONATION slIp to ba OF..130. 0dP95 1.05 MOSS donation.ZF lou
GROCERIES GAS ICE Emery Sullivan in CAB SBB FIT TO SO BIND IT DCAIIC TO B( RBCORCID IN TRI SJCORDO O.C. Carnei Nursery
and children of Tampa secure our safety deposit vaults. OF THB CONIIITTBB AND NA..S TO BS BBTAINBD FOR FUTUHS RBPOHTS, BTO.Aa .

FISHING TACKLE AND BAIT were weekend guests of Mr. Protect the things insurance cannot re- a Taaporary addraaa ( ta ba _d. ....._n.n. If' tau ba your Thousands of plants
and Mrs. B. E. Kelley. Sr. Sgt. place for only a few cents a day. Come doll91.P. 0. Orawar) .'..S., taka end Oanava your' donation, Florida to -2660.LAX! RBOION CZTZZBNS COIWZrTBB Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

COLD BEER Sullivan Is -tatlnned at the Air in 'now and rent your very own safety deposit
Fore Bane In Tampa. Ona final word. Tha ..."n. will ba aondultad ooordlax to tha Evergreens
Mr. box.KEYSTONE. Bobarta.....lulu. of' ..ordar. or aa n..r-to that rula aa po.gbl.. Ha Camellias & Azaleas
and .
Mr. Gerald Pappy: will pro. of' ...nt. prlntad ta follow aa aloaaly aa poaalbla.
have two of their grandsons All official* will ba '...4 .0 aa to har. ..., ...... to tna p1.0fora MOST ALL IN CANS
and .. .. ,,,.
.
any In ..
OPERATED BY parson audlanoa oan 41. quaitlona to
Bobby Rants: : and Jack Thomasof STATE BANK a .p.....11'10' ""."'._. If' you aa wlan. Nlanpnooaa will ba rum'....' PLANT ANY TIME -
Jack'onvtl1.le visiting them. ao that all ..n "."1' .11 tna Proo..41...... Beautiful Roses -

SHIRLEY and HORACE BROOKER Their parents. Mr. and Mrs.. Member F.D.I.C. P0015505 FORWARO TO YOUR ATTBNOANCI. CALL
Charlej D. Rents and Mr. and! Keystone Heights, Fta. Tool l11POR1'&rr IIBIT&NO JIO UI0SaoBS. M0 SMEI ntjn PAMZCIi555L05 IM TS35 HOST LandscapingPhone

''Mrs. R. G. Thomas brought the "Your Friendly Bank In YuUr Friendly 659-2165
boys down. v.r7 yl only
PHONE 473-3072 Mr. and Mrs. John Bellerjeaa Community." so/J 23 MI. S. S. of SUrke on

Hwy, 100 at ,Fiorahome:
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tone Club president.
Keystone EASTERN STAR tlonal building for the first 'fVVVTVVVVVVVVTl' 'cOmplete list of the necessities, with Mr. and Mrs. D, W. Car-

Worthy Matron Grace Keeth planning :session of the circles. but here are a toN n/Tknow penter.
the
of
VOICE Date of the general meeting INDIAN .of: Canned goods,bottled water The Jack Millers were on Vacation -
announces! that the Robert Mor- BEACH
. Hilites J \ SPORTSMANII ris birthday.party will be held will be Announced.at that time. flash light ( with good batterIes last week.Tuesday night,

j at the Masonic Hall on August PERSONALSMrs. ), portable radio, First they stayed with Mr. and Mrs.
\ Barbara Chrlstoffera (Lk Bint* 1) Aid kit, lumber to cover win- Vester Youngblood and daughter
By MIKE CHITTY 30. This will be a covered dish Owens and children. of Cocoa Byl BHclUMl D. Chltty dows, gas lantern and fule Mallnda in Tallahassee. Then

':; '"a. o. upper at 6:30: for members and Beach, have enjoyed a week's1 I"L"h. 470-zm. : and a portable gas burner for on to Atlanta Ga. to visit Six

[From Proceeding Page] -_-_-_-_ ......... .... Masons.general The chairman Worthy assisted Matron Is visit with Mrs. Bert Chrlstoffera. &&&AA..AA........._ those who have electric stoves. Flags Over Georgia, then to
-- by Mrs. Owens husband Dr. It's also wise to have a tank Waycross, Ga., to visit Mr.
grandchildren at tha Keystone chapter officers'' B. L. Owens Is It full of gas in your car. Well and Mrs. Earl Finn and family.
Heights Woman's Club, on Sun Specs on the brush piles! of men came out from Cold Head COMMUNITY CHURCH !! is pnstor of the Howdy friends warm
Branch State FJrst Baotlst Church enough for ? If It's not, those are a few needed Items,
of you Well
Park and caught Cocoa our roads kept the
day, Aupr. 31. That's the good news this week Sunday Aug. 10. was Youth
,
60 Specs Beach. Ml:!?. Christina you can have some of my shareof and I certainly hope you'reready
Thursday morning. Newman, visiting down last week. There
.
being sent fellows !Sunday and the
No Invitations are cause they're sure bit- Invocation andLord's if the need arises.
There were 120 Specs caught on daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles the heat In fact when I were several cars stuck in the
locally: however. all friends of ing good these days. It seemsa Prayer was given by this Thursday night, my uncle and
Griffin's Newman sit down and start writing
brush returned
piles mush
Thursday. including
with (her grandpar-
Invited to call little early to me, but when IMlss Kay Sunderland. Tommy I my
the couple are and Teenle Crenshaw..
aunt Roy
aunt to column I'd be glad If had
Roy attend you Hubert
says they are running med a week's ents and Palma Chitty
between the appointed. hours of people are catching 30, 40, 50 ium in size but some large ones Bird led 'the responsive readIng the Imwict Youth Group.programof all of it It's pretty bad to and daughter Joan of Gainesville of Starke, who ate supper' ivtth

3 and 6 p.m. and more, that looks good to me., were caught too. Roy caught and Pat Shaughnessy read Miss Gale Chrlstoffers) daugh live at a big lake like Santa brought Grandmother us Friday night. My father

Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pox irst time I have a chance, you 22 Specs early Saturday mor'lIng. the Scripture lesson. The Celestial ter of the late Dr. Don Christ- Fe, and still be hot most of Copeland home after a two-week James had to pull them outwith

and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sun- better believe I'll be heading Choir sang the anthem, offers, with her two sisters) the time. I'm afraid that we'reIn vacation in Alabama. Saturdaywe their Camper truck. I guess

derland representing the Du- out for 'em. As some of you Slim's Fish 'NStuff (Key- and Richard Martin gave the and brothers enjoyed for some rough weather for spent the day with the Roy I'd better close now. "May the

Pont Credit Union for local probably know, the Florida stone) reported SOIIM' itce cat- offertory prayer. The sermon with their mother a week'scruise the next several weeks. We Crenshaw family while Dad and good Lord bless and keep you

plants. attended the Florida Game & Fresh water Fish ches last week. Most of them was given by Alston Kelley] and Bahamas. Gale entered to the' sure don't need It, especially uncle Roy were working! on cabinets all." Now here's Leeon with

League of Credit! Unions state Commission says that Specs were caught Shiners, Rebels, (Marshall Gallop. Jr. and Danny Riverside Hospital the new right now with the roads like for the camper. Sunday, an important message .
convention at the D.'utomat!: :: from Santa Fe Lake are the best and purple worms. Mn t nf Hinck closed with the benedic- and underwent they are. I hope you all are Uncle Roy Aunt Teenle, Jerry

Hotel In Hollywood from Thurs- tasting Specs In the state. And them weru caught on Shiners, surgery on her leg which ready for the Hurricanes cause and Joan Crenshaw and Aunt
tion.Following was injured In LEEON'S CORNER:
'day to Sunday of last week. I'll have to agree with them, Rebels, and purple wor.ns.: H. the service, mem- February the accident of you never can tell when they'll Clara Sullivan spent the day

Mr. and Mrs. Clyds Ashton they're the best I've tasted.So E. Autry caught a 10 1/4 pound bers of the church remained to 1968. She is getting!; come through. I don't have a with us. "My the Lord Strength"Praise

and Mr. and Mrs. Robert' McCormick if you've never eaten a Bass in Lake Johnson. Charles hear and act on th.e program. along nicely and :Is able to sit Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lorimler ,

attended the same con- Santa Fe Specs,you don't know F. Walker caught an 8 Introduced on July 27. as t to( purchase up.Mrs. Jr. and granddaughers of Jack- With all Ills glory.
what you're missing. You'd Nell Grayson Is happily that Mrs. sara sonville and I can live through' this life,
vention representatives for pounder 'a Lake Geneva. James of the property adJncent McDonald has Mr.and Mrs. Char-
as better get out there and catch 12 1/2 situated ilher remodeled :returned from the les Baldree of Starke.visited Cause I know lie is for me.
the Clay Electric: Credit Union. Moody caught a pounder to the sanctuary which is needed hospital to
We are glad to report:: that some and get in on some in1.hty in Lake Johnson, and Carl for expansion of facilities! In apartment In the Zlke Building! her home on Keystone Lake. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Carpenteron He takes hand
fine eatfn'. Roseboror 111/4 Keystone. The new ownersof Mr. and Mrs. Sunday.J. my
caught pound for Charles
Is at home following Sunday School. Wal- And
Bob Hayes now parking He leads
Griffin's Lodge (east shore Nell's home lenlus have A. of Alma me through life.
confinementIn Bass at Putnam Hall. etc. Frank Ilsren are newcomers enjoyed a month's Aldrldge Ga.,
his recsnt: Santa Fe) really had the actionas the had reported that to Keystone. Mr. and Mrs. Bu- rest and visiting several Mrs. T. W. Clarke of Opelika, When I am troubled,
Bradford County Hos owner been vaca-
the contacted. lIe
far as the Specs are con- ford Mitchell of Starke. tion spots Ala., Mrs. S. C. Rosier and relieves my strife.
ptal.: Mr. Hayes will be confined and a price stated.! On behalfof around New Port
cerned. have brush
They
piles The Jack Haberstrohs recent Rlchey. They left daughter Mrs. W. C. Kite of
to bed rest for another 4 to out from their camp, and those NEWS NOTESBy the church boards. Mr. Ugen ly returned last week for lie fills my heart
from a three weeks an extended tour Waycross, Ga., and Mrs. J. E.
6 weeks.Keystoners. presented the financial plan vJsltlnA'friends With warmth and love.
Specs have moved in on them. trip to their
former home in In several!! Strickland of Mershan, Ga.,
welcome which received Florida cities. And
to a verbal
are happy Helen vote of strengthens soul,
EgaD my
Mr. and Mrs. Charge! Roy GriffIn. caught from :W'- approval. Wllllamsport! Pa., where their They are spending! a week or were all visiting Mr. and Mrs. Through guidance from above.
37 a day alone In his spare --- _1. Rev. William children and grandchildren *o with their Lake Rosa E, W. Revels last week. TheRevels'
Head and family. formerly of Bennett friends.
time. Roy caught 30 Specs HOMEMAKERS CLUB Methodist! a retired feted them on their 50th wed- the Elllassons. but plan to daughter In law, When I
Jacksonville who are now PEr- mInister! from return grow weary.
Tuesday. Wednesday, he guidedMr. Announcement has been made Penney ing anniversary. They! announ- to New Port RIchey Mrs. E. W. Revels Jr., and I can lean on His
manent residents at their Farms. for arm.
recently was
i gl''St minister
purchased home on Lit- Zellner and they caught 6 by the Clay County Extension on August 17. He will ced the marriage of their more rest and quiet travel. son Bob of Plant City, visited For I know He will keep me,
Bass and 25 Specs. A coupleto Agent of the Homemakers Council daughter IMarcla. who Mrs. them Friday.
tle Lake Keystone. Mr. and leave in the next three< weeks Wall! Geneva Chab of Keystone Len Safe from all harm.
and Linda
of which the Keystone Club married In Leesburg Club Swearlngen
on August Estates
been for a two month who has
Mrs. Head and family have ministerial and
daughter
coming to Keystone for many Is a member that there will bea program in San Salvatore. 16.Mr. been ill In the Medical Center. Jacksonville Tammy Lynn of Yes lie does this for T
were weekend
brief meeting of all Homemaker and Mrs. William Beam Is now And lie will do it for
years as weekend and summer Sirasota. where Pie! state The church picnic that was convalescing at the visitors of his par3llts Fred and you.
Br. ,
Club presidents at 9 returned to their home home of her If you will only.
visitors.! winners! will be announced.W'nners announced for August 23 has in mother In Kentucky Vera Swearlngen.
Mrs. Les Stephenson of Lake on t th'

to
Geneva has returned home following be awarded trips to Nassau. We office Green Cove Springs. This In September.The Mr. Beam's illness, they returned Rv. Lawrence Carroll and daughters of Tampa, spent last

a week's visit! in MtmI.r. certa'nlv hon: the Whsrtons will be followed at 10 with Executive Board of the by plane. Their son. family are exnpcted to return week with Pete and Joyce Bar- Just open your heart
Leader Training Club members. William went to New Jersey to tl's; weekend from And confess all to Him.l1e'll .
are the "lucky" w'nners Church Women a ton and
and Mrs. Stephen Watts among will meet'!! at 1 vacation son George.
: Mrs. Hazel Davis Is Key.i drive hIs parents' trip through save you, and give you
car home.
selected. p.m. August the Southeastern and Reddish and
of Schenectady, N. Y.. are the 21 at the educa- At thIs! Dolph Shirley light

proud parents of a baby girl. i ""' -, ----_ --- writing it 1 i* reportedPUMPS states. children of Starke spent Sunday Th"t_u__ wfll Hoe. u"._.".._... ......,_...... ._.n....... ..
WILL
Julie Anne born on July :28.! KEEP dhildren in my I

Maternal grandparents are Mr. home hourly, dally: or ireekly. a

and. Mrs. Henry Schuber: of Mr*. Br'78D.314 N. Church St. = -. j '

Keystone Heights. Mrs. Schuber 2tp Ml BUSINESS LEADS t ) .. .. D CARL BEGGS


will visit family.! leave with in her September daughter for and a room FOR SALE house.-Phone 20 acre 964-7315.and 7 .. Gulf ServiceTTSKD PART I


Friends of C. E. Suter. of 2tchg &.21 I 'Top Price* for Wrecked CmnI

Highway 21 north. will regretto FOR SALE 1962 Chevrolet I I 24 Hour Wrecker Berrloe

learn f'at! n* was admittedto pickup truck: with Fleetrtde Fuel Oil -

Bradford County Hospitallast body. Call 964-7667. tfdig New Inner prlnp U3ED VAuuM' cleunera re- Used Can -

week. Please bs! sura to remember OLAasD'lmD AD RATES and Box Spring cond.tloned $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue Hwy. SOI N. Wallie l
him with cards FOR SALE-1964 Dodge Dart 2 NEW AND USED __
your brands to choose from. 4C8-U98
rame
Drop Us A Card CanPALATKA :
and visits.! dr. sedan. Very good shape: I Up to 15 word ____- IM KA S1M or SAJ.ES-P ARTS"I8ERVICE I Prts & excellent repairs all INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

Mss! Jeanette Syracuse and S95. Call 964-6512. Ztelig 8-11 I (Minimum charge) MRS. PEGGY 8HALLKR Deep & Shallow Wells I j mal 's. Watson'a House of Fire Homeowner

her brothers, Leroy and Dan: of 1934 FORD V4 ton pickup. New I Each weld over 1ft __ .07 JOt E. Abw St. Water Softeners & Filters I 1 VarJUTd 712 N. Main Galnes- LIFE & ACCIDENT Lake Front Properties!

Greenville S. C., and Miss paint air conditioned. radio it Furniture Repaired Expert Service On : ylH" 376-7110. tfchg Keystone Height 47S46MMEN Acreages large and small
Sharon Robertson!! of Columbia h.-ater. tool Extra: charge If not I
boxes excellent: : All Makes
.
S. C.. were weekend guests of condition. Priced paid hi admac __ ..MM Upholstered A Refinished DID YOU KNOW It'3 easy to I Trailer Lots
right. Ph.
964- Plumbing Service
Mrs. Elizabeth Grosbere: at her 7418. MATTRESSES REBUILT I own a Longchamp Home? I IP8"e'11ts Homes, BusinessesS.
3tchg 8-28
WANTED Men
home on Lakevisw Drive. raorfcU>, _..oroMens Starke. Agent Phone 964-7061 I Better but't for F'' r.1a llvnt cottage
On FOR RENT- DURRANCE PUMP Your plnnr or ours age over 21. Starting !
Sunday evening, Mrs. Attractively furnished HASTINGS MATTRESS E. McKay
Grosberg hosted a dinner party: bachelor apartment. air- 7 cents per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. I Vnur lot or ours Cx>nt>et Bufod pay 1295 month and promotion regular opportunities increases -'

at her home:: In honor: of her conditioned. Private parking. 710 Lemon St. PaUUu Mitchell phone C84- in 8 hour 5 Realtor Appraisal Service
house guests.!! Dinner guests Included Gladys Harrington. 337 N. Wa!- CARDS OF TRANU '1IIR'\1' p o 'Rns 238 !"tarke' pay. day
INSURANCEAT day week sick: leave vacation
Mrs. Margaret Howe nut St. tfchg MEN WANTED! Laundry : tit: .. Keystone Hts. 473-4816
50 words 1 IBM $.C0 REDUCED RATES state retirement. If Interested
Mrs. Jan Batts. Don Dykaman. or -- workers. Kitchen aids, laborers -
MOBILE HOME AUTO. FIRE BOAT please apply in person Personnel
Nice loca-
Jeff Battv Miss Dana cottage parent watchman -
Hayes t'on. Couple only or adult. Each word over M _. .., DOYLE E.: CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S Manager. Sunland Training Cen- SERVICE Small 'appliances
and Jim! Fox. cook and clerks (rround-
Gladys INSURANCE AGENCY tar Gainesville, fl,. at Starke Hardware' Co 108 E.
Harrington. 337 N. W. I ,_
On Monday, Mrs. Grosbergand keeper. truck driver. Five
nut. aI-I teh*j SUN SPORTSMOORE An equal opportunity employ Call St. Phone 964-5311. t.tebc
her guests\ enjoyed a visit OFFICIAL dar: week eight hour day I

to Silver! SprJn' ;, prior to their FURNISHED APARTMENTS INSPECTION STATION State retirement. vacations,, er.

departure on Tuesday.A '--r rent -Kingsley Lake one Opea Dally 8 A.M. 1:30 P. M. sick: leave If Interested. pleaae BAIRD : BOAT TOR

recent guest of Mr. and bedroom, electric kitchen oil Except Saturday 8 LI NoesHILL'S apply In peroon Personnel Mobile Homes I YOUR MONEY ED WAINWRIGHT
Mrs. Jack Sull'van' of Nelson's hrat dock privileges. no pets Manager Sunland Traln- 'tartte Ph. H4- 1t1
Point was their} cousin. Lt. *rO month. available now. GARAGE Inv Center. OUnesvtlle. 11*. NEW and USED AGENCY

Robert Dixscm who Is stationed' pone: 533-2952 for appointment.3tp Keystone Height* An equal opportunity employer. 8-10-12' Wide I Truck load discount price For AU Your

at S'law Air Force Base In 3tp 8-28 Telephone 473-446S Gal"UleI Hunter Flshl.ig Boats by Ca- Insurance NeedsSpecializing

Sumpter. N. C. U.-.hc Good Quality ccl Craft 12 14' 1189.00 up. I In
Mr. and Mrs. Albert SALE-2 Welch ponies. 14 I
Beranefc. Mobile Home Insurance
FOR RENT: TV babybeds SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Priced
"lonths old ..set*. Reasonably i
of Sun City ard Mr. and : gentle and being
Mr.
Ph. Starke 964-6818
Letters ft Numbers
voke. Also elee. guitars amplifiers for Interior Gainesville 378.2785 '
2-horse
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Henry Caul of Summervllla, N. size. wagon. refrigerators: day. or week. DA. nd exterior use. All .sizes colors. EZERASE TYPEWRITER -; .
jny 1 set
J.. were weekend new harness Serviced Guaranteed and -
guests of i
PAPER. Mlmeo Paper Bond
HMER'S. 9&7923.dill Bradford County Telegraph -
Mr. and Mri. .Tack Sullivan.! H-ldlfi and halters. Will sell tf Delivered la Starke Area Paper Notebook Fillers. WANTED: T ed Wrlnrer-WuIl- p.

CONTEST: WINNERS r'ieap If all are taken, or will SEWING MACHINES Cleaned NO EXTRA COST Bradford County Telerriph. er. Will pay cash or take In

Mr. and Mrs. Jams Wharton, -ill] single.-.James S. Meri- oiled and adjusted la your. PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to US 411 N. 4502 NW 13th trade on anything DAJOflCR'B:

local owners of the Standard ether, Box 614 Keystone home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner re 625. Take the drudgery out Gainesville 378-S785: BUY. SELL TRADE: Used M4-7M3. U-eaC

011 Stat'on.! were notified! last heights. Fla. 32656. phone 473- pairs also. All work: guaranteed. of naper work.-Bradford CounTelegraph. .' Furniture Appliances, Toys.Toote. .

week'!! fiat they! were dst11ctwlnnen "1R2._2t 8-21 Dennis E. Cogglnj. Phone 431- tv II SEWING; MACHINES 'I| Wimberly's Trading WILL BUY: Used Appliances. I

In the state-w'de' competition FOR RENT 2 Bedroom two Webc Largest selections! from which Post 7434 Standing! Blvd., Furniture. TV's. Stereos! nytMng I

for tbs man originally Conditioned MOBILE- HOME Air_ LOOKING for a barorainT Come ', choo* Pfaff. Ne-chl. Nelco, ,I Jacksonville. ____ tfchg of value. DAHVTJCR'g.: : 2nd Ave. & 2nd St. SE
out to the Old
decorated Standard Grlffls Trading New Home. Si Universal. Near The Post Office
stat'on
Kingsley Lake Call 533-2366 TO BUY OR SELL acreage In
Costal
Post, see our large collection FOR SALE Clover and
Judrln Is al'T bald! the filer REPAIR ALL MAKES. '
on mall (
tfchg Bro'fl1 this area. Urge or ire
antiques bottles glass. We Bermuda baled hay. Ton or GAINESVILLEBUYING
cleanliness! of tha station _
the service rendered! by attend., and FOR RENT-Partly furnished 2 We have plenty of used furniture National Sewing by bale. J. B. White phone also property specialize) : please in call waterfront Ofllrte

)bedroom house gas stoves. electric stoves 964-6114. tfchg
610 Colley
ants.Mr. Mach ne Co. associate Frank League Broker. :
I refrigerators freezers book ,
and MM. Wharton hava Poad; $55 month. Phone 964- PLUMBING REPAIRS All 958 Mikeal Ave.. Jacksonville
been awarded M53. tfchg eases bed posters beds and all Ml W. t'nlverclty Ave. 379-1355:
a three-day trip time septic tank service, 24 hour 765-4198 or 388-9873.
kinds of Junk. Come out and .
"AVE SEVERAL VolkswagenNew service.! Free estimates. Ed Re- 12tchg 828
openings In browse! around. We buy. sell. o"
ZIG ZAG FOR $34
]\ berts. phone 782-3500. 4tp 8-21
SMITH: PLUMBINGAND : Mama Priests' Nursery School trade. 2 miles North of Starkeon '
R) SEWING MACHINE Original: : L Plastic
"artlng 4 Used ; SUPER STICK Vinyl LANDDixie
SUPPLY (;0. 7154 or 204 August N. Thompson 18. Call St.964- Sales Service 301. tfch Guarantee rcratched In ship FOR RENT- Furnished 1 bed I Letters. all sizes. colors. Permanent -

Harold J. Smith, owner 7t NICE COUNTRY HOME ment. Zig Zags. makes button. room apartment. Couple or for use on wood. glass

Contracting and repairs dig 9-25 I Ml. North of The Mall on S. R. 225. =3 B. R., Fla. Rm. holes sews on buttons decorative single person only. Also furnished pla"tc.! pa"er. metal leather.I:I Land Co.

Plumbing Fixtures FOR SALE 40-foot house GAINESVILLEFOR Hardwood floors new paint. dea'gns monograms etc. apartment for lady only. ANYTHING! -Bradford County,
Water Heaters Pumps t' slier -nd three acres land I Sell furnished! or unfurnished. Just pay balance $34 or $8 per Call 964-6416 after 3 p.m. Itchg Telegraph. tf P. O. Box 158

Irrigation Iron Filtc.'s located 3 miles south of Starke B'll! Powell. Brooker. Ph. !964- month. Phone Jacksonville I : St.
Water Softeners "l SR-100. Price 14.500. $500 SALE "dM 1\I'11I'1It 964-411I10. COLLECT 353-1946 nite or day. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. Marys, Ga.4tp
Dawn: S5S per month. Phone Concrete blockhouse << Ask for Credit Manager. Will ]j I File Folders complete HIM office 8-4
PHONE 964-6023 ; S bedroom. 1 bath
central -
464-8481. Itch Large Rouse And Grounds deliver no obligation. 1606 stiDDlle -The Telegraph
(Please make a note oi heat ft alr-oondlttonlng. Corner Frame dwelling ((1440 sq. ft.) Main Strict 4thg: 8-28; MARYCARTER Ptio-io 961630S.EXPERIENCED.
our number in your' phone FOR SALE 20 laying hens. lot. Phone 044-5307. tldlc laree metal shop with cement I FOR RENT House on Kings-

book) Bessie Crows! Rt. 2, Starke. floor. 3 acres fenced tt cleared STEREO CONSOLE COMBO: WAITRESS ley Lake. 3 bedrooms furnished.
Phone 9647315. I Tak3: up payments on 2 month Sept. thru May. Delano Thomas
ItD
I land. A. J. Thomas Realtor.Tel. wanted. Relief Shift. Good pay,
old beautiful! walnut stereo con- 964-6507. 2tchg 8-28
964-5701.
your name FOR SALE 1965 Chevrolet TUNING REPAIRING solet like new. 4-sneed record I, Apply In person LonghomRestaurant.
301 South. tfchg I FOR SALE 4 registered An-
In good !!
condition. I
life $795. Call charger combination radio.
your FOR RENT- 4 room and bath -

and your health M4-; 5289 ItriigWANTED MELODY PIANOSERVICE furnished apartment. Couple I Balance due J68 or $9 per PAINTS No. 840 20 acre farm and 2 yr.gus 5 bulls mo.: :One-2 one-I yr.yr.old 7; one-8 mo.:

Adult only, no pets. Call month. Phons Jacksonville! COL- bedroom home close in. Pricedbelo"N'
to care for 9646852.tfchg one-I yr. 4 mo. Postel mere 6EUeenmere
State Farm is all 3 children in Keystone His LECT 353-1948 night or day. 10.000 with terDl.8.No. breeding. Call 964-
Ask! for Credit Manager.! Will 832 Attractive 3 bedroom
starting Aug. 21. Call 473-4014 7048. A. O. Frame, Rt. 2 Box
need ifter4 KINGSLEY LAKE Cottage deliver. no obligation. 1606 h<'me and guest cottage locatedcut
you to know ))m. Itch Main Street. 65C. Starke. Itp
fl for sale, waterfront property. 4tchg 8-28 of town with one acre lot.

about insurance: ANTIQUES BOUGHT & sold Very good location. Living R., Priced at JI2.000 and small MOVING 3 living room sets

furniture reflnlshed upholstering Phone Dining: .. two bedroom kitchen down payment.Sf1out -double beds. 1 refrigerator

See cabinet work antiques re. 378-5197 equipped. one bath, porch Realty for sale. Phone 964-5694. ftp
me. !stored to their original beauty. Gainesville: Fla. and dock. Will show August 23 CAMPERSALES Reg. Brooker

MERRITT Call C. E. Jackson.: 1313 Madison Rebuilding Refinishing to M. Phon.' 6fr4477.. B ldw1n. 2117 N, Temple Avenue FOR SALE Buckskin mare.

St., Starke. Phone 964-5370. 2tp 8-28 Starke. Fla. Ph. 964-6609 6 yr. old, gentle & quiet: S150.

WILLIAMS tlebll CAR WASH Pony 4 yr. old sorrell with
FOR RENT 12 wide. 2 bedroom flaxen mane and tall, ride
!)
DaiVERS NEEDED 2)20 Waldo Road
1-4 Pasted ball bed-
tiT N. Walnut' Street stead solid cannon pine FOR SALE. VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- SEMI Experience not neces GalnetTl'le:' 378-0691 trailer outside city limits.J. and drives: *75. The Saddle

PHONE "" -5391IT. rail 964-7779. 1FAYE'S MASTER Add Machines, with sary but helpful. We will train Authorli'd Dealer WE MAKE B. White. 964-6114. tfehg Shop. Ph. 964-7707. lip

subtraction. SPECIAL th1.smonth you to become a lIrnfC\lsl i!!>"al "ttar'ra "T>:-i'am r" WOMAN BOOKKEEPER COCKER SPANIEL puppy. One
FABRICS Hwy. 301, only. $69.95. Ideal for driver now earning $3.50 and "Whttt Tamper": know bookkeeping .
mint double-entry left. 7 wk. black mate: wormed'
1H miles North of Waldo. Open home or light office work:.- up. Placement Service. after : Travel Trailers Truck I KEYS ard some typing. Send un3: temporary shots.' AXC

Mon. thru Thurs. 10 to 6. Frl. Bradford County Telegraph tf short training with us. For --ap-. Tampers Fold: Down resume to "B", Drawer. A. Champion bred: $60. Phone 473-

... .... Sat. 10 to 9. Closed SuiuJav.tfeh pllcitlon write Safety Director. SALES .* SERVICE I I Starke. Fla. tfchg 3041. U
LUZIER Cosmetics needs you. Nation! Wide Semi Division.! I: ,
A FISHING BAIT African I INighI !
FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur- A subsidiary of Br: tol Myers. 1525 W. Memorial Boulevard. I) ; C'a'lcu'hole- sale FOR SALE -3 br. home, carpet BUY EQUITY In this lovely 3

....U..NC We train, no stock to carry. Lakeland: Fla. 33801. ocall SADDLE REPAIRS Hand: made in L. R., and D. R. and bedroom 2 bath hoo e. For
"Ished apartment. 202 Broadway. *I $6.50 psr: thousand; retail! l'
Phone 964-7120. Itp Call Lake Butler. 496-3441. 813-683-5975. 2tchg 8.28' belts, reining: : e'c.! New It use:!! cent ea. Bar: JR Ranch located I hall. IVi bath built-in kitchen particulars call 964-7549 or

4tchg S-J8 I siddlas! for sale. Reg.' Quarter at The Saddle Shop. Hwy. 16 ; enclosed garage central heat. 964-6557. Itchg

HELP WANTED Young ag- ADDING MACHINES: !Ma- herse at stud black experitnc West. phone 9647707. Itp Call 964-7541. tfchg .

STATE FARM n-sslve men to do outside and ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. tial or electric. For sale or 'I '-1 at cutting reining western FOR RENT 3 bedroom furnished

counter work. Apply In person. File Folders. em.tote BBC office rent. Add subtract, credit balaee. 1 pleasure! and racing. The FOR RENT -Furnished 2 bed. ;: WILL IRON mend or babysitIn house on Klngaley Lake

Insurance: Companies -Farmer's Mutual: Exchange. supplies. -fk :Tdf! ....*. Bradford County Tel- I! Saddle Shop. Hwy. 16 West. room house. 570 W. Call St. or my home. Phone 964-5612. available Sept. 1. Phone 5332233. -

Horn Ollico:Bloomington,Illinois Btarke. tfcfcg PIMM S44-MM. I graph. I I Starke. Phone 964-7707. lip phone 964-5884. It i Stchg 8-21 4tp 9-U
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